DS Group has rolled out a set of three television commercials for Pulse candy. Pulse candy has been the leader in the market since it has been launched in 2015. This takes forward the ‘Pran Jaaye Par Pulse Na Jaaye’ narrative that was introduced with the release of the very first TV commercial.
The three commercials has been conceptualized by J. Walter Thompson Company. JWT has conceptualized the commercials by keeping the tangy twist of Pulse Candy, which makes it standout. The candy has a fruit taste with tangy surprise, which consumers love. The candy has taken the market with storm after its launch.
With a tag line ‘Pran Jaaye Par Pulse Na Jaaye’, the three commercials shows the quirky and humorous examples of how far people can go to get their hands on Pulse. The three commercials being released are titled, Astronaut, the Swing & the Bedroom.
Each commercial showcases how the protagonists upon seeing a Pulse Candy in their proximity reach out to grab it, even in unfavorable situations.
All three situations accentuate ‘Pran Jaaye Par Pulse Na Jaaye’, in a peculiar and amusing way.
Speaking on the brand, Mr. Shashank Surana, VP, New Product Development, DS Group, said, “The Pulse candy has retained number one position, second year in row due to its irresistible taste heightened by tangy twist. The communication of Pulse is hinged on the temptation to seizea Pulse candy, whatever the circumstances. This three film campaign also highlights the extend people go to get one in ‘Pran Jaaye Par Pulse Na Jaaye’, situations presented in comical and eccentric plots.”
Sundeep Sehgal, Executive Creative Director & Vice President, said, “The content consumption nature of consumers has changed and Pulse is a brand which is very conscious of this. As a result for this next round of communication we’ve created short crisp 10 second commercials that are snackable content for the consumers and also work well from an attention perspective. However the challenge remains to deliver an impactful piece of communication without losing the essence of the brand and I feel this is one such example.”