Prices of petrol and diesel are increasing significantly and the day is not far when the situation will be more serious. In fact, it won’t be wrong to say that common people will think twice before purchasing petrol or won’t be able to afford it if the hike continues for a couple of years.
As we know that Amul reacts on every important topic and takes a jibe with a touch of humour, the brand once again did it with its new cartoon.
Amul’s new ad shows the famous girl on a petrol pump and she looks quite puzzled, upset or helpless while giving hard-earned money to the man who fills petrol in vehicles. The text on the cartoon is “Fuel Aur Kaante” while at the same time, it also asks people to buy Amul products as they give energy at affordable prices, unlike petrol.
Here’s the cartoon:
Amul shared it on the micro-blogging site Twitter with caption, “#Amul Topical: Petrol prices hit all time high!”
— Amul.coop (@Amul_Coop) May 23, 2018
Twitterati loved the ad and praised the creator; however at one fell swoop, they didn’t fail to remind Amul that the prices of its products are also increasing day by day!
Check out some selected tweets:
@Rssamul Sir who is the creator of all the Amul graphics. Please pass our appreciation or kindly share a video how its done
— Richa Srivastav (@srsricha) May 23, 2018
— Naqvi RDL 🙃 (@mateennaqvi) May 24, 2018
Song for NDA for current patrol scenario …
Hum pe ye kis ne naya boz daala,
Patrol ki prize ne e e e e …
Maar daala … !!!! ⛽️
— Mystic Ocean (@sagar_1412) May 23, 2018
I am sure someone will label this Amul Girl as anti-national 😅😅
— New Variant (@loki_ka_halwa) May 23, 2018
Superb Amul!!! I look forward to your ads because you say it like no one else
— BeMiSsaL (@BeMiSsaL) May 23, 2018
Savage as fuel..😀
— Siddharth Jain (@siddka) May 23, 2018
Amul has it on point every time !!!!
— *Aditya Chaugule* (@AdityaChaugule) May 23, 2018
Tum. Butter toh sasta karo its bloody 460 rs kg.
Dearer then. Desi ghee
— KALEEN BHAIYA (@wiki_peetdiya) May 23, 2018
How did you find Amul’s cartoon? Do you feel that Amul should also reduce the price of its products just like it’s asking the government to do so indirectly? Let us know your views.