With the exam season around the corner, children need more than just nutrition to tackle stress and better prepare. An additional need for emotional support is high as students constantly battle immense pressure, more so when living away from their homes. Answering this silent call, Horlicks unveiled the campaign – “Fearless Kota” last year. The campaign successfully spread the message on the missing emotional nutrition in a student’s life and reunited mothers with their children, encouraging students to take on their exams fearlessly.
Adding even more depth to the “emotional nutrition” narrative, Horlicks is back again with a brand-new campaign “Bottle of Love” which now reconnects mothers to their children across the country. With the new campaign, Horlicks empowers mothers to break down locational barriers and share a bottle filled with love, helping kids to better prepare for their exams. After last year’s success in Kota, Horlicks continues to deliver emotional nutrition to kids by taking the initiative nationwide, giving kids the support they need to greet each challenge with a confident smile.
The new film plays out the real-life bytes of children talking about their journeys away from home and the emotional stress they undergo. It also shows mothers trying to relive the moments spent with their children and filling the Bottle of Love with goodies from home which are then sent to their children.
Vikram Bahl, Executive Vice President Marketing, GSK Consumer Healthcare India said, “We recognize the emotional stress in children during exam time and the need to provide them with emotional nutrition. Horlicks, as a brand, has always aimed at providing students the support they need to excel in all their endeavors. This time we went a step further with this campaign and launched it across India, in a bid to connect and reconnect children with their mothers.”
Swati Bhattacharya, CCO, FCB Ulka said, “Almost every household in Bihar, Bengal and down South is home to a Horlicks bottle. There is hardly a house that doesn’t have one. And by using the bottle, using its body to be the medium of sending ’emotional nutrition’ from mothers to the children battling exam stress, is the insight that forms the foundation of this film.”
CCO: Swati Bhattacharya
Creative Team: Abhijeet Ray
Accourt Management: Debarpita Banerjee, Shreekant Srinivasan, Vishakha Khatri
Planning: John Thangaraj, Gurleen Pal
Director (of the TVC): Veneet Raj Bagga
Exécutive Producer: Aanchal Bhargava, Anshul Jain
Production House: Onions Creative Media
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