It’s a bird! It’s a plane! Nope! It’s Rohit Shetty’s second sequel of Ranveer Ching, starring, well, Ranveer Singh. But it’s not for a movie. The trailer is for an advertisement. Did you comprehend that? Let’s break this down.
All that suspense that Ranveer Singh had been creating on his social media pages had everybody wondering what it was going to be. Some were convinced it wasn’t a movie because there was no news of any sorts in the past few months. They, were right, it’s not a movie. Not yet, at least.
So we’re all familiar with the brand Ching’s. They are famous for their noodles. We’re also familiar with the musical single My Name is Ranveer Ching that Ranveer Singh had performed in to promote the food brand Ching’s. Needless to say, it had gone viral all over social media.
So, this time around, Ranveer Singh and Rohit Shetty have gone out of their way to promote this “Desi Chinese” brand.
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We’re surrounded by advertisements. They’ve started to appear in places we least expected them. We have all gradually developed a habit of ignoring them. So, to catch one’s eye, advertisers have been brainstorming over the most bizarre ideas. Let’s just say, this is one of them.
Rohit Shetty, along with Ranveer Singh has launched a minute long trailer. The trailer, however is not for a movie, but for an advertisement. Yes, you read that right. It’s a trailer for an advertisement. The actual advertisement is going to ‘release’ on the 15 August 2016. This trailer was posted by Ranveer Singh on Wednesday.
Let’s talk about the trailer. Ranveer Singh is in a ghost town being a Red Indian version of Rajinikanth riding in automobiles like the ones from the movie Mad Max. But wait! He’s not the only one. Opposite Ranveer ‘Ching’ is Tamanaah Bhatia in her Bahubali avatar.
In this minute-long trailer for an advertisement, we see Ranveer Singh, riding extraordinary vehicles, dressed up in a rather unique manner, beating up people randomly, impressing Tamanaah Bhatia and almost doing the Tatad Tatad dance but deciding not to do so, half way through. What you don’t see is any mention or image or reference to Ching’s Noodles.