Flipkart releases new TVCs featuring Alia and Ranbir

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Alia and Ranbir will encourage India’s internet users to overcome their shopping hesitancy and fashion inhibition while promoting Flipkart as Indian Ka Fashion Capital.

Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor will appear on-screen for the second time this year for the latest edition of Flipkart Fashion’s ‘India Ka Fashion Capital’ campaign. Flipkart Fashion launched ‘India Ka Fashion Capital (IKFC)’ campaign almost two years ago. The fourth edition of the campaign builds on the previous three that established Flipkart Fashion as the go-to-fashion destination for all shoppers across the country.

This edition built around the theme ‘Don’t Stress, Karo Impress’ addresses the stressors that many consumers face around online shopping for their fashion needs.

The campaign will go live on television and digital platforms for a period of over five weeks until December 15. Apart from 4 TVCs, consumers can also expect a plethora of curated digital content. From short videos talking about the benefits of shopping on Flipkart Fashion to a host of social media challenges, consumers can expect to see Ranbir and Alia in various engaging and interactive formats.

In addition to Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor, Flipkart Fashion will also collaborate with top fashion influencers across the country. These influencers through their interesting content formats will educate consumers to overcome any stressors and make the right purchase decisions. Through this integrated approach, Flipkart Fashion aims to engage with a diverse audience across the country, celebrating all things fashion.

Sharing his views on the latest edition, Vikas Gupta, Vice President and Head of Marketing at Flipkart said, “We are excited to launch the fourth edition of ‘India Ka Fashion Capital’ with Ranbir and Alia. They are not only fine actors but also hugely popular style icons. While the previous three editions established Flipkart as India’s most preferred destination for trendy and affordable fashion, our research indicated that online fashion purchases are still impacted by certain inhibitions. Through this latest campaign and our proposition of ‘Don’t Stress, Karo Impress’, we are confident that we will help address consumer concerns and encourage them to interact with our platform and make the best fashion choices.”

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