The entire country is celebrating Ganesh Chaturthi with pomp and splendour! Many brands, too, participate in the festivities by posting their own versions of creative posters and banners. Over the years, you may have seen some creative posters wishing you a happy Ganeshotsav but none will beat this one. You’re sure to be a huge ‘fan’ of this ad campaign by Havells featuring a unique Ganpati. Watch this video and marvel at this creative Ganeshotsav poster.
Havells Has A Unique Ganpati Ad Campaign At Thane
Havells campaign at Thane’s Majiwada Flyover where 100 designer fans have been put together to bring alive a unique Lord Ganesh Idol. pic.twitter.com/k99W2FGKkk
— Mumbai Heritage (@mumbaiheritage) September 24, 2023
The entire country is currently drowned in a wave of festivities owing to the Ganesh Chaturthi. Many brands also usually wish their patrons with creative posters. This Havells ad campaign, however, has won the hearts of Netizens.
Situated at the Majowada Flyover in Thane, this particular campaign consists of 100 designer fans arranged to form the image of Lord Ganesha. The fans are continuously spinning and give a really cool effect to the deity’s image. The sizes of the fans on the poster may be different, but we’re surely ‘huge fans’ of it!
The video was shared on X (formerly, Twitter) by the account named Mumbai Heritage which frequently posts quaint and interesting things about the financial capital of the country. It was posted on September 24, and since then, has managed to garner more than 354 thousand views!
Netizens Are Huge ‘Fans’ Of It
Innovative and definitely worth grabbing headlines.
— Ishwar Singh (@IshwarBagga) September 24, 2023
The number of views only keeps on increasing and it is clear that many people loved the creativity of the poster. They even took to the comment section to express their admiration. One wrote that their creativity was worth grabbing headlines while another commenter congratulated the marketing team.
But of course, the Internet is also full of cynics. One commenter quickly pointed out that one of the fans had stopped working on the poster. We definitely know who sees the glass as half empty in this comment section! Regardless of that, it can’t be denied that the poster is extremely creative.
Have you ever witnessed any Ganpati campaign that is more creative than this one? Let us know in the comments below!
Cover Image Credits: @mumbaiheritage/X (Formerly, Twitter)