Arise India to spend Rs 60 crore on marketing in 2014-2015

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By indiantelevision.com Team Posted on : 29 Mar 2014 01:05 pm

NEW DELHI:  After the successful partnership with ‘Once Upon a Time in Mumbai Doobara’, Arise India has once again partnered with Balaji Telefilms for its up-coming romantic comedy ‘Mai Tera Hero’.
 
The association is a part of an extensive brand promotion strategy of Arise India where it intends to reach out to the audience by increasing its brand visibility. For strategic cinema associations, the company has earmarked a budget of Rs 60 crore which is aimed to create a positive imagery by going all out with its media visibility program.
 
Arise India MD Avinash Jain said, “Balaji Telefilms today creates some of the most heart-touching movies in Bollywood, and our association with them is based on the massive love and affection that they get from the audience. Our current association follows the earlier immensely successful association with ‘Once Upon A Time in Mumbai Doobara’, where we were able to create a positive vibe for the movie and our brand through a winning co-branded initiative. We seek to repeat the same endeavour with the current association and enable consumers to meet their favourite stars through the contest.”
 
 He added, “Through this association we also seek to increase our brand visibility as Bollywood has a huge consumer connect and this will help us in creating that important bond with them. We have earmarked substantial marketing spends for movie promotions, and seek to nurture this relationship with Balaji Telefilms for mutual success in the future as well.”
 
The brand will sponsor the meet at Select Citywalk Mall in Saket (Delhi) with the cast and crew of the movie including Varun Dhawan, Illeana D’ Cruz and Nargis Fakhri along with director Ekta Kapoor. The contest is already on-air through radio promotions, online activations, co-branded TVC’s, BTL promotions and in-mall activations.

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