A few days ago, Deepika Padukone was announced as a jury member at the 2022 Cannes Film Festival. In addition, the actress will represent India in the 75th edition of the 9-member jury at the prestigious French Film Festival. Amul pays homage to the actress with a topic to commemorate the huge moment of pride for India. The diary brand features a caricature of Deepika in a gown inscribed on the banner, “Dipikanes!”, Adding “every jury likes it”. Along with Deepika’s caricature, the iconic Amul Girl in a green gown will also be seen.
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Deepika Padukone also shared the same thing on her Instagram story with a dazzling smiley emoticon.
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This is not the first time that Amul has shared an article about Deepika Padukone and her presence at the Cannes Film Festival. In 2019, when the actress hit it on the red carpet, it was an epic to Amul. It featured caricatures of Deepika and Aishwarya Rai-Bachchan, who appeared in costumes while walking the red carpet at the Film Festival that year. While Deepika wore an over-the-top neon gown for one of her appearances, Aishwarya wore a metallic gold gown. Amul’s topical has recreated both the actresses in their respective looks, the banner read, “Gori tera gown bada niara”.
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In addition, Amul Topical, featuring the brand’s mascot, The Little Girl, has highlighted some of the most important and trending events in the world over the years.
A few weeks ago, Diary Brand paid homage to Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt’s wedding in her impeccable style. Amul Topical shows Ranbir feeding Alia a piece of buttery toast while Amul girl is standing beside them. Hold the plate filled with toast. The banner read, “Patta mangni, bhatta bayah!”Chat mangani pat bayah”
Earlier, Amul shared an interesting topic on Wordle, a popular word-guessing game that has spread across the internet. The Amul girl was shown playing games on her phone, with the phrase “makes bread great” written inside the word grid. Creatively, “Words for Butter!” Was also written.