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Vedanta Ad Campaign Touches Souls. Vedanta Limited Share Performance. Vedanta Ad - Kabhi Socha Hai Kya TVC Campaign. Petroleum and metals company, Vedanta Ltd, has released its first TVC themed #KabhiSochaHaiKya to create awareness with the audiences on the importance of metals in day-to-day lives.

Vedanta Ad - Kabhi Socha Hai Kya TVC Campaign

Saluting miners for their invaluable contribution, the new TVC gets people thinking as to where all the important things that are used in daily lives have come from. The Vedanta Group releases its first ever campaign. The Vedanta Group, a natural resources major, has unveiled its first ever national corporate campaign under the platform of ‘Creating Happiness’.

The Vedanta Group releases its first ever campaign

As a part of the campaign, Vedanta has released a 90 second TVC created by Ogilvy & Mather along with 38 other three minute films made by student film makers from across the country. The face of the group’s campaign is ‘Binno’, a little girl who was chosen from one of Vedanta’s community initiatives in rural Rajasthan.

The TVC takes a real slice out of Binno’s life, with her parents, friends, doctors and school teachers playing the part. It shows how her life is different from that of her earlier generations, in the process highlighting the many changes that have come about over the years in her village. Vedanta. Vedanta (/vɪˈdɑːntə/; Hindustani pronunciation: [ʋeːd̪aːn̪t̪], Devanagari: वेदान्त, Vedānta) is one of the six orthodox schools of Hindu philosophy.


The term literally translates to "the end of Veda" or "the conclusion of Veda," and originally referred to the Upanishads, a collection of foundational texts in Hinduism (considered the last appendix or final layer of the Vedic canon). By the 8th century,[citation needed] it came to mean all philosophical traditions concerned with interpreting the three basic texts of Hinduist philosophy, namely the Upanishads, the Brahma Sutras and the Bhagavad Gita, and was eventually recognized as distinct from the other five astika schools. TVC Telecom vs Vedanta Limited. Vedanta Limited's Share Performance as on Today.

Vedanta TVC - Our Girls Our Pride Campaign by Vedanta Limited. Vedanta Limited - Merge of Sterlite Industries and Sesa Goa. NEW DELHI, Feb 25: London-listed mining heavyweight Vedanta Resources said on Saturday it was combining its two Indian subsidiaries into a metals giant that will have a market capitalisation of $20 billion.

Vedanta Limited - Merge of Sterlite Industries and Sesa Goa

Under the restructuring aimed at streamlining Vedanta's operations, metals producer Sterlite Industries will merge with iron ore miner Sesa Goa, creating one of India's biggest companies with annual revenues of $14.2 billion. Vedanta Limited's Share Performance in NYSE. Dow Jones, a News Corp company News Corp is a network of leading companies in the worlds of diversified media, news, education, and information services AT CLOSE 6:30 PM EST 02/06/20 $8.14 USD 0.01 0.12% Volume 731,475 AFTER HOURS 5:57 PM EST 02/06/20 $8.36 0.22 2.70% AFTER HOURS Vol 1,366 Volume 731,475 65 Day Avg Vol 656,858 1 Day Range 8.125 - 8.23 52 Week Range 7.04 - 11.18 (08/22/19 - 04/05/19) Jan 31Feb 3Feb 4Feb 5Feb 6 Compare to Benchmark: DJIA S&P 500 GLOBAL DOW NASDAQ Basic Materials/Resources Open 8.23 Prior Close 8.13 (02/05/20) 1 Day VEDL 0.12% DJIA 0.30% Russell 2K -0.27% Basic Materials/Resources 0.02% Madhu Srivastava.

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Vedanta Limited's Share Factsheet to Refer. First Vedanta Ad TVC by The Vedanta Group. Besides a heart-warming TVC, the campaign involves a first-of-its-kind film competition for India's young filmmakers.

First Vedanta Ad TVC by The Vedanta Group

The globally diversified natural resources major The Vedanta Group, has launched its first-ever national corporate campaign yesterday. Though the company's interests lie in aluminium, copper, zinc, lead, silver, iron ore and oil and gas, this campaign has little to do with these businesses and a lot to do with social reality. Titled 'Creating Happiness', this integrated campaign has at its core the vision of contributing to building sustainable communities and integrating sustainability as a core part of the business. The authorities insist this is not a mere CSR initiative; that rather, it is a means of telling people what The Vedanta Group has done for the community in the past. What is interesting is that besides the usual media vehicles such as traditional and social media, the campaign involves some unique initiatives as well.

Vedanta Ad TVC - CSR via Vedanta Ad. New commercials from mid-August to bridge trust deficit, but the jury is out on whether these will work.

Vedanta Ad TVC - CSR via Vedanta Ad

Metals and mining giant Vedanta Resources has been on a corporate social responsibility overdrive for long. It’s only now that the company will use that to add some sheen to its brand equity. The London-headquartered Vedanta has roped in ad agency Leo Burnett to prepare two commercials – one of 60 seconds and the other 90 seconds – which are set to hit prime time television from mid-August.

Starcom, which has been appointed the media buying agency, is already booking TV spots for a three-month period. A Vedanta spokesperson says, " We want to promote the importance of child development in India where every third child is malnourished. Vedanta officials say the group’s CSR activity is driven by none other than Chairman Anil Aggarwal himself. Advertising and brand consultants say a TV commercial just for propagating CSR is unique.

Vedanta Ad TVC - Watch Nand Ghar Ad here. Vedanta Ad TVC - Watch the Vedanta Ad now. By A Correspondent Vedanta has unveiled its first TVC themed #KabhiSochaHaiKya which is designed to create awareness with the audiences on the importance of metals in our day-to-day lives.

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Saluting miners for their invaluable contribution, the new TVC gets us thinking as to where all the important things that we use in our daily lives have come from. Said Anil Agarwal, Chairman, Vedanta Resources: “Can we enjoy life’s good things without mother earth’s blessings? Metals such as iron, steel, zinc, copper, silver, etc. have become a part of our lives, but humne Kabhi Socha Hai Kya (have we ever thought about) where do these metals come from? Our entire campaign revolves around these questions as we salute the miners who toil hard, day in and day out, to make these metals available to us from our very own mother earth in an environmentally sustainable manner. Added Prasoon Joshi, CEO, McCann Worldgroup: “This is a very unique campaign. By A Correspondent.