MUMBAI: Azva, the bridal jewellery collection from World Gold Council, has launched its latest campaign on the idea of seven vows / saat pheras of a wedding ritual.
The insight for the campaign is that Indian marriages and gold go hand-in-hand. The last decade or so has witnessed a sea-change in the way marriages are solemnised in India. When the location, attire, mandap, sangeet and even décor have seen dramatic influences from other cultures and countries, the modern Indian couple was seen as moving forward. But gold bridal jewellery remained stuck in tradition and in the traditional idea of marriage.
The challenge was to bring gold back into modern marriage conversation. The brief given to BBH India was to contemporise gold in the modern marriage context. The campaign aims to contemporise the modern seven vows and in turn builds relate-ability with the modern day couple. The creative idea “every relationship has the magic of seven” is translated in the creatives.
The nationwide roll-out across 46 cities comprises of TVC as the lead medium supported by OOH and ads in leading magazines. There is a strong digital plan engaging the audience on social networking site and promoting the brand across leading online portals.
The TVC is directed by Prakash Varma of Nirvana Films. Media buying is handled by Maxus