Mumbai: Niva Bupa Health Insurance, formerly known as Max Bupa Health Insurance, has launched a digital campaign to kickstart the Diwali festivities. The campaign, conceptualised and executed by Leo Burnett, has been designed to celebrate the festival of lights with more enthusiasm and joy this year by giving a token of good health to our loved ones to enable them to live life to the fullest, without any financial constraints.
Since the tradition of gifting is synonymous with Diwali, on this occasion, Niva Bupa is introducing a new concept of gifting this festive season and urging everyone to light up each other’s lives by gifting a comprehensive health policy to secure the near and dear ones against any kind of medical emergency.
In the digital film, the protagonist, who is visiting home for his first Diwali since he started working, can be seen exploring Diwali gift options for his parents. He wants to give them something special to make the occasion memorable. He asks his friends for recommendations but is unable to decide on the perfect gift. Just then, a eureka moment strikes him when his mother is urging him to take care of his health. That’s when it occurred to him that the gift of health would be the best gift for his parents. Therefore, on the day of Diwali, he hands over a Niva Bupa health insurance policy to his parents so that they can live their life carefree without worrying about their medical expenses.
Speaking of this campaign, Niva Bupa Health Insurance senior vice president and head of marketing Nimish Agrawal said, "We are happy to announce the digital campaign this Diwali, in our attempt to light up the lives of everyone around us. Let’s celebrate this festive season by securing the lives of our loved ones and special ones by gifting them health insurance to secure their health and wealth for the future. The campaign has been designed to add a new flavour to Diwali gifting and we hope it nudges everyone to give a gift of good health to the ones who gave us the gift of life. This Diwali, 'Zindagi Ko Claim Kar Le.'"
Sharing his thoughts on the creative front, Leo Burnett executive creative director Mayuresh Dubhashi said, "Usually communication around health insurance tends to be grim. With this campaign, we wanted to celebrate good health, and our film brings this forth with a heart-warming story. Gifting your loved ones an insurance plan which helps them live life to the fullest."