What comes to mind when you think of adventure and thrill in the world of TVCs?
For us, it's Mountain Dew.
The brand has come up with yet another exciting campaign, celebrating two of our industry's coolest celebs, Fahad Mustafa and Ahad Raza Mir.
With stunt sequences we've only seen in Hollywood movies, this ad film is a rollercoaster ride that takes us through jungles, train tracks and much more.
The story is exciting, the situation and characters relatable, and the adventure is worth watching over and over.
Here's a quick look at what we think about the characters and storyline:
You can't help but relate to Ahad's character the most
Got a friend who is always fashionably late? That one late Lateef who is always on your speed dial?
Meet Ahad Raza Mir in the new Mountain Dew TVC, and you'll see exactly that.
Seen as the friend who's missed his train, Ahad directs Fahad to save the day by driving to the next station.
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Fahad's character reminds us of the friend who always gets us out of trouble
Who doesn't value friends who are sick and tired of listening to our problems, but always there to pull us out of them?
Fahad Mustafa is just that for Ahad Raza Mir in Mountain Dew's #YaarHainTouPaarHain campaign.
The witty banter between the two sure reminds us of the many times we've pestered our BFFs for countless trivial life problems.
Got a friend who drives worse than your dadi? Well, for Ahad, Fahad is just that!
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But, we must admit, amidst all the chaos, the cutest cameos are performed by a duck and her cute little ducklings.
What is commendable is that local advertising is really upping its game. The action sequences of this ad and production quality are all top-notch, leaving us with barely any room for speculation.
Reminiscent of the true spirit of adventure, this TVC they has set a new example of what dosti means for the Pakistani people.
Watch the TVC here:
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