maska maar ke!

22 Jan

Amul ads have always been a personal favorite. They are clever but not smart alecky, funny and not slapsticky, don’t have the omnipresent Big B/ Chota B, Shahrukh or Sachin endorse it yet has a host of celebrities featuring in it. The star of the show has always been the lil girl and the butter. I remember the billboard near Thevara, Cochin which features Amul ads. New ads would come every Sunday and would be utterly butterly delicious. So when a classmate shared this on IP, I had to share it with you.


Posted by on January 22, 2007 in Uncategorized


5 responses to “maska maar ke!

  1. anonymous fren..

    January 22, 2007 at 8:09 am

    so lil’ H silent had lots of amul !! gud…

  2. Anonymous

    January 25, 2007 at 4:18 pm

    Well, there are these somethings in life that you don’t pay attention to at all, and then there are times when the only thing that can put a smile on your long face, at the end of a horrid day (read.. an average day in office), is that silly litte poster or the stupid lil ad in the train, that you neglect..

    we have always read and continue to read about the dynamics of change and how change is the only thing constant in life… an if we fail to accept it, we would be lfet behind in the rat race… types..
    its during these continous numerous accalmatizations that we try to find some sort of sanity in continuity and static..
    I mean, who wouldnt feel gud to knw tht inspite of unpredicatble (dynamic ..ever changing) irrational behaviour of others, there would always b a lil poster around the corner of your house, tht would always try to make to you smile..
    long live amul ads ..long live continuity and static.. as it always has.

    – the classmate

  3. Marlee

    January 26, 2007 at 11:26 am

    hey dhivya…good reading the amul ads. always liked them. they’re not too common in delhi but back home in assam thye’re a common feature. enjoyed the post 🙂

  4. Bijay Kumar

    January 29, 2007 at 12:17 am

    A long long time ago a char said to terminator, “tusi na jao”, and terminator replied,”asi phir abanga.”
    While still a child I was curious how he could know that he would be back. It turned out to be as simple as #S##I##M##P##L##E.

    If you could stop every atom in direction and position and your mind could comprehand the actions thus suspended. Then if you are really good at algebra, you can write formula for all the future.

    Today after a long time I thought to see what this girl has been writing these days and after entering a few times in my browser, finally…and its Amul!

    Kabhi sham dhale Cochin me aa jana
    Kabhi chand khile Cochin me aa jana
    Magar ana is tarah ki meri icecreams tum na khana
    Atli, batli delicious Amul!

    Post script: is umer me to kuch bhi yaad nahi rahta.
    Naam uper likha hai.

  5. AjiNIMC

    February 8, 2007 at 10:05 am

    We have a billboard here which keeps on updating with the newest ad. I really like the way they think. It is really creative, “Khan banega crorepati” and so on.

    Btw I came to know about this blog from Inferno Blog hunt.


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