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MUMBAI: Need a quick fix to satisfy your hunger-pangs? KFC India has recently launched the all-new Super Charger, a bigger burger priced at Rs 99. Packed with a flavourful punch, the long burger is the perfect snacking option for chicken lovers to refuel themselves. The brand is now all set to roll out its latest TVC that captures the before and after effects of the Super Charger.

Commenting on the TV commercial KFC India CMO Lluis Ruiz Ribot says, “Following the ‘more in less’ ideology, we launched our new pocket-friendly ‘Super Charger’ to serve as a quick recharge for consumers. The light-hearted TVC brings alive the punch and flavour of the product and will resonate with our young audiences who are always on a lookout for quick recharge options.”

Conceptualised by Ogilvy & Mather, the film opens with two girls sitting on a bench watching a cute dog playing. They are calling out to him but without any excitement or energy. The dog is also shown confused at the lack of enthusiasm in their voices. Suddenly a booming voice urges the girls to eat KFC’s Super Charger to recharge themselves. As soon as they take a bite into the crunchy chicken and delicious sauces their energy levels are charged, the next shot shows the girls excitedly playing with the dog.

Ogilvy & Mather executive creative director Ajay Gahlaut adds, “A bigger burger at a nominal price offering from KFC was news enough. The task hence, was to find a creative way to deliver the good news and ‘Recharge at 99’ as an idea, just fit like a glove. For a refreshing change, we tapped the world of girls and their undying love and excitement for the four legged. The outcome — a relatable, cute-to-watch TVC that speaks for the product and its USP.”

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