IIFL Home Finance's Film Captures The Essence Of Trust & Support

The film revolves around the theme of trust, featuring Bharosa Bhau played by the veteran actor Pawan Malhotra, a trusted figure symbolising reliability in relationships

IIFL Home Finance has unveiled its latest film, capturing the essence of trust and support that the audience can place in the brand. This epitomises the brand's commitment, presence and unwavering support to turn dreams into reality by fulfilling the dream of home ownership and also the business loan requirements of their audiences.

Schbang has collaborated as the creative partner for the film. Together with IIFL Home Finance, they are set to release the film centered on the key theme of "Saath Honge Kaamyaab" in multiple languages across India.    

The film revolves around the theme of trust, featuring Bharosa Bhau played by the veteran actor Pawan Malhotra, a trusted figure symbolising reliability in relationships. His recall as the face of reason is exceptionally high, resonating with those seeking trust within their circle.

Madhvi Gupta, Head, Marketing, ESG and CSR, IIFL Home Finance tells, "We believe in transforming dreams of our customers into reality by supporting them in their journey of home ownership and business needs. Our film 'Saath Honge Kaamyaab' captures the essence of trust and support, reinforcing that with IIFL Home Finance., you are not alone in the journey towards pursuing your dreams and can place your trust in the brand."

Bharosa Bhau emerges as the ultimate arbiter of trust, offering reassurance and affirmation. The narrative seamlessly transitions to Bharosa Bhau placing his trust in IIFL Home Finance, delivering a powerful message about the reliability and credibility of the brand when it comes to fulfilling the dream of home ownership and business loan requirements.

Manish Kinger, Executive Creative Director, Schbang adds, “Our intent with 'Saath Honge Kamyaab' is to solidify the aura of trust around the brand. It was imperative to deliver on this objective with a packaging that is consumer-first. Which is why,  we chose humor over emotion as our language of communication. The creation of Bharosa Bhau was the first step in that direction - a brand champion that is relatable, witty and memorable. With this quirky film, we are looking to inject comic relief in the otherwise serious category and reinstate friend-like trust on the brand, in the process.

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