Achayi Barhne Do
“You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view… Until you climb inside of his skin and walk around in it.” Harper Lee
The new Blue Band “Achayi Barhne Do” ad has a strong message with innocence and smiles at its core and empathy as a strong punch line. It makes us all curious about what the kids are upto, as we see a child performing all his actions with single arm, exactly like the mother in the ad, but when the main idea finally comes out; it makes us all smile genuinely and touches our heart with its delightfully imaginative concept.
Iftar with RoohAfza
Ramazan is that time of the month, in which we are tested to our greatest extent. It is the month in which we fast i.e. refrain from eating or drinking. Therefore, ending our long, exhausting days with something refreshing and hydrating is necessary.
From my childhood till present, Rooh Afza has been my faithful companion, especially in Iftar. Whether you drink it in the form of milk, or mix it with lemon juice and chia seeds, or top melon or vermicelli with the red sorbet, it tastes equally delicious and energizing! When I watched the latest advertisement of Rooh Afza, it literally transported me back to my youth, when my grandmother would always keep a chilled glass of Rooh Afza for me on the table to break my fast with.
Wouldn’t you get goosebumps down your spine thinking of living in an isolated area in your city? No houses around, no people, nothing! The thought itself is pretty creepy. We are social animals, we need to have people around us. But do we even value the people in our surrounding? ponders
Door bell rings, you open the gates and the old lady says she is your grandmother’s friend. You later inquire and get to know your dadi and this lady were neighbors once! “Whaaaattt”, you think to yourself! You being surprised isnt a surprise really, because nowadays we barely connect with neighbors.
It is about time that the essence of neighborhood should be revived. #Shan took a step forward and helped us all recall that you can share happiness with your parosi!