The bicycle maker was forced to layoff staff & shut its last manufacturing unit on 3 June after it ran out of funds during the Covid lockdown.
The show covered a range of topics, from the Harappan Civilisation to the freedom struggle, along with mythological epics.
In the 1980s, juice concentrate brand Rasna's ads starred Ankita Jhaveri and a simple, effective tag line — 'I love you, Rasna'.
Launched in India in 1994, Big Babol, the 'bade kaam ki cheez', became a hit with its wacky commercials and gifts slipped into packaging.
In 2018, UberEats recreated the classic ad with the same actor, the little boy from Kuch Kuch Hota Hai, but with a biryani twist.
First published in 1947, the magazine survived for six decades and now loyal fans have taken to preserving its comics online.
The 1994 Doordarshan show was a supernatural fantasy period drama based on an eponymous 1888 book, considered the first modern Hindi novel.
Written by Kamna Chandra, the 13-episode serial is the perfect escape to while away a weekend in coronavirus lockdown.
From filmy gossip to political critique, the magazine reflected the culture of the times and created a lasting template for film journalism.
Amul’s 1996 ad titled Manthan tells the story of India's White Revolution using footage from Smita Patil's iconic film of the same name.