Chevrolet Aveo U-VA Advertisement Makes Limca Book Of Records

Seriously.

Now look at the numbers. A football team is comprised of 11 members. Right ? And your normal car can seat how many ? 4 fully grown people (Children and dwarfs are not incuded), 5 at the most including the driver. This car seats an entire football team and Saif Ali Khan of course. That makes it 12. Now, sources close to the organisers of Limca book of records tell me that this is indeed a new record.

Here’s proof:

If you haven’t seen the video and are wondering what on thunder this is, here’s the video so that you can see this feat with your own eyes. Also, you will find a very original unveiling at the end of it which is unprecedented in the world of advertisement. They might just get another award for that.

P.S: The 2007 is an obvious give away. 😉

 

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8 thoughts on “Chevrolet Aveo U-VA Advertisement Makes Limca Book Of Records

  1. Yours I found when trying to search about Arnab Goswami of TimesTV. Though you wrote long back, I gone through your posts and wanted to share my reactions too.
    As I was watching the TimesNow coverage of today’s happenings in Mumbai blast, I found Arnab literally blabbering. He could not even speak a single sentence fluently, without any break and repeating the same words twice. Even the deputies of NDTV (Vishnu and others) speak fluent english.
    How does he run the channel? Incredible!

  2. Regarding the advertisement, I think the whole industry in India is corrupt and their sole motivation to grab money as much as possible from their customers.
    Another example is the ad campaign of ICICI prudential, who says irrespective of the market conditions, you dont need to have any tension with your insurance. The matter of the fact is that most of the Pru products are directly linked to market.
    Not to mention all the insurance campaigns have this cute baby girl along with her mother, who would then pursue their father to purchase the insurance. Very emotional blackmail.

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