Grey Bangalore’s new campaign shows both the fun and health aspect of Britannia Cakes with an endearing storyline
Sohini Sen | Mumbai | March 5, 2014
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Britannia’s focus on good, healthy eating has found one more expression through its new campaign for Britannia Cakes. Conceptualised by Grey Bangalore… Continue reading Britannia Cakes plays the temptation factor
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Kim Kardashian’s marriage may not be as strong as she wants, since her new husband’s wild partying with other women is catching up to him.
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The opening of Eduardo Sanchez’s hopeful comeback, Lovely Molly, seems to be a nod to The Blair Witch Project, the smash breakthrough that he co-wrote and directed with Daniel Myrick more than a decade ago. The title character (Gretchen Lodge) videotapes herself in close-up, weeping hysterically about something having gone terribly wrong, which was beyond her control. She’s not in the woods… Continue reading 'Lovely Molly' TIFF Review: 'Blair Witch' Co-Director Eduardo Sanchez Plays With and Evolves From the Style He Popularized