The 2-minute ad - which was first released in September of previous year and was part of the company's 30th anniversary "Just Do It" campaign - received the award for outstanding commercial at the Creative Arts Emmys on Sunday night.
‘Dream Girl’ Makes Over Rs 44 Crore In Day 3
In an interview with Mid-Day , Ayushmann said he chose to be a part of the film because its story was "out-of-the-box". The trailer of the film showcased Ayushmann as a girl playing Sita in Ram Leela and left everyone in awe of the actor.
It was created out of Wieden & Kennedy Portland and directed by Park Pictures' Lance Acord and was part of the brand's 30th anniversary celebration of the "Just Do It" platform.
The "Dream Crazy" commercial, which also referenced star athletes such as Serena Williams, LeBron James, and Shaquem Alphonso Griffin, highlighted people who aspire to go beyond athleticism and be the best in the world at what they do. "Even if it means losing everything".
Moto E6S and Motorola Smart TV launched in India today
Going by this pricing and the cost of the previous generation models, we can expect the Moto E6s to be priced similarly in India. At the front, the Moto E6S would sport a 6.1-inch HD+ Vision display with a 720 * 1560 resolution and a 19.5:9 aspect ratio.
Despite the backlash, sales for the company actually increased more than 31 percent directly following the commercial, and their stocks reached an all-time high.
Nike released the advert, titled Dream Crazy, in September a year ago.
Emmanuel Macron surveille le travail de ses ministres avec une application
Qui a créé cet outil? C'est une application interne créée il y a quelques mois par quelques collaborateurs de l'exécutif. Après cette mise sous tension de ses ministres, Emmanuel Macron attend de voir leur réaction.
If you happen to'll recall Trump was livid on the Nike advert that includes Colin Kaepernick, going as far as to say (amongst different issues) that it sends a "terrible message". Many viewers, however, focused on Kaepernick, whose sideline protests against racial injustice during National Football League games garnered widespread attention - including negative attention from President Trump.