ixigo and Lowe Lintas Delhi encourage people to travel with "Koi Match Dekhega, Koi Duniya"

ixigo.jpgAt a time when the entire nation has been struck by cricket fever, leading travel marketplace ixigo has come out with an all-new brand campaign that urges people to take a break from their TV screens and travel! The campaign features off-screen friend duo - Gaurav Kapur and Cyrus Sahukar, who humorously debate over their love for cricket and travel. The ad series also includes quirky lines that tie in to the campaign theme of "Koi Match Dekhega, Koi Duniya."

Conceptualised and conceived by the Delhi office of Lowe Lintas, the idea was to use the agency's extensive experience with e-commerce brands and startups to break away from the clutter of conventional category advertising.

IXIGO2.jpgIXIGO3.jpgixigo CEO & Co-Founder, Aloke Bajpai said, "ixigo has been at the forefront of innovation for online travel in India over the last decade. Our campaign is directed towards building wider brand awareness amongst travellers, enabling us to provide a larger customer base with the best travel planning solutions. We're looking forward to engaging with a broader audience, who will witness wanderlust Cyrus encourage cricket-lover Gaurav to ditch the couch and plan his next trip. We are happy to be associating with Lowe Lintas and both these talented actors to launch this campaign."

Lowe Lintas COO, Naveen Gaur said, "We're extremely excited about the possibilities that the shared vision of ixigo and Lowe Lintas will unfold. We have used a short format film approach to inspire people to travel and showcase the seamless travel planning experience that ixigo offers."

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