Indian festivals are a joy, bringing family and friends together in celebration. With multiple religious festivals, there's all kind of merry-making through the year. But irrespective of the backgroun...
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This is not a review of the movie. If it was a review, I would probably harp about how heavy-handed it was. I would probably also complain about the innumerable and unsubtle product placements. However, I think this movie is on to something, even-though it failed to make the final leap.
The car's dismal performance proved that marketers should never undermine the role of human psychology while crafting their strategies. Our societal norms do not allow the ego of a man to drive around in a cute Nano -- it makes a lot more sense for the car to go for a novel (albeit risky) gender-based segmentation in the face of competition such as the recently launched Renault Kwid. Nano's future lies in becoming a symbol of "woman power", much like what the Scooty brands accomplished.