10 Most Popular Brand Mascots in India - In Pics

India | Trending Desk | June 11, 2020, 8:46 am
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 Air India: Dressed in royal garb, the moustachioed ‘Maharajah’ with hands folded in namaskar and the signature turban was adopted as a promotion tool for Air India in 1946. It was the brainchild of Bobby Kooka, Umesh Rao and J. Walter Thompson. However, in 2015, it was given a makeover and was replaced by a modern and less-royal version.
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Air India: Dressed in royal garb, the moustachioed ‘Maharajah’ with hands folded in namaskar and the signature turban was adopted as a promotion tool for Air India in 1946. It was the brainchild of Bobby Kooka, Umesh Rao and J. Walter Thompson. However, in 2015, it was given a makeover and was replaced by a modern and less-royal version.

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 Amul: One of the oldest and still-going-strong mascots is the Amul girl. She first appeared on Amul Butter in 1966 that has the tag line “Utterly, Butterly – Delicious Amul”. The mascot was made as a promotional response and executed by Sylvester Da Cunha and Eustace Fernandes.
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Amul: One of the oldest and still-going-strong mascots is the Amul girl. She first appeared on Amul Butter in 1966 that has the tag line “Utterly, Butterly – Delicious Amul”. The mascot was made as a promotional response and executed by Sylvester Da Cunha and Eustace Fernandes.

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 Asian Paints: Ace cartoonist R.K. Laxman created the iconic Gattu for Asian Paints in 1954 which went on to become emblematic for the brand’s print campaign. The popular mascot was accompanied with the tagline ‘Any surface that needs painting needs Asian Paints.’
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Asian Paints: Ace cartoonist R.K. Laxman created the iconic Gattu for Asian Paints in 1954 which went on to become emblematic for the brand’s print campaign. The popular mascot was accompanied with the tagline ‘Any surface that needs painting needs Asian Paints.’

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 Amul: One of the oldest and still-going-strong mascots is the Amul girl. She first appeared on Amul Butter in 1966 that has the tag line “Utterly, Butterly – Delicious Amul”. The mascot was made as a promotional response and executed by Sylvester Da Cunha and Eustace Fernandes.
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Amul: One of the oldest and still-going-strong mascots is the Amul girl. She first appeared on Amul Butter in 1966 that has the tag line “Utterly, Butterly – Delicious Amul”. The mascot was made as a promotional response and executed by Sylvester Da Cunha and Eustace Fernandes.

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 Pillsbury: Pillsbury Doughboy was seen in the Pillsbury Commercial hopping around the place. The mascot was created by Rudy Perz from Leo Burnett.
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Pillsbury: Pillsbury Doughboy was seen in the Pillsbury Commercial hopping around the place. The mascot was created by Rudy Perz from Leo Burnett.

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 Nirma: A little girl twirling around in a white frilly dress is the identity of Gujarat-based Nirma detergent. The catchy jingle that plays during the commercial has etched its print in the memory of several Indians.
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Nirma: A little girl twirling around in a white frilly dress is the identity of Gujarat-based Nirma detergent. The catchy jingle that plays during the commercial has etched its print in the memory of several Indians.

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 Parle-G: We have seen the illustration of the Parle-G girl on the pack of the popular biscuit for decades. The face of Parle-G girl was created by Maganlal Daiya in the 1960s.
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Parle-G: We have seen the illustration of the Parle-G girl on the pack of the popular biscuit for decades. The face of Parle-G girl was created by Maganlal Daiya in the 1960s.

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 Pillsbury: Pillsbury Doughboy was seen in the Pillsbury Commercial hopping around the place. The mascot was created by Rudy Perz from Leo Burnett.
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Pillsbury: Pillsbury Doughboy was seen in the Pillsbury Commercial hopping around the place. The mascot was created by Rudy Perz from Leo Burnett.

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 Vodafone: Zoo Zoos are the funny creature that gave an animated touch to a human body. The idea for the promotion of telecom giant was conceived by Rajiv Rao.
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Vodafone: Zoo Zoos are the funny creature that gave an animated touch to a human body. The idea for the promotion of telecom giant was conceived by Rajiv Rao.

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 Duracell Battery: This Pink Bunny is a rabbit who appeared as the mascot to promote Duracell Battery Products in 1973. The Duracell Rabbit, which had a Duracell battery, runs in the ad to show the better performance of the product.
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Duracell Battery: This Pink Bunny is a rabbit who appeared as the mascot to promote Duracell Battery Products in 1973. The Duracell Rabbit, which had a Duracell battery, runs in the ad to show the better performance of the product.

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