SS Rajamouli and David Warner Team Up for Hilarious Baahubali-Inspired CRED Ad


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SS Rajamouli and David Warner Team Up for Hilarious Baahubali-Inspired CRED Ad

Australian cricketer David Warner and renowned Indian director SS Rajamouli have joined forces for a rib-tickling advertisement that has quickly captured the attention and laughter of viewers worldwide.

In this creative crossover, Warner and Rajamouli bring to life a humorous storyline where Warner cunningly convinces Rajamouli to cast him in one of his films. The ad showcases Warner’s witty attempts to secure discounts on match tickets using CRED, a digital platform, and his subsequent leap into the world of Rajamouli’s cinematic universe.

Both Warner and Rajamouli shared the hilarious CRED advertisement on their social media handles, with Warner playfully referring to themselves as “Warner bros” and Rajamouli quipping, “The longest shoot of my life.” The minute-long ad is filled with comedic dialogues and spot-on expressions, guaranteeing laughs and entertainment for viewers.

Since its release, the ad has gone viral, amassing over 1.6 million views and sparking a flurry of reactions from audiences. X users flooded the comments section with witty remarks and praises for the ad’s creativity and humor.

“Someone give David bhai an Aadhar Card,” joked one X user, highlighting Warner’s seamless integration into Indian culture through the ad.

“This will forever stay as one of the most iconic ads ever made in the history of television,” exclaimed another, applauding the ad’s impact and humor.

The ad’s popularity has also fueled playful speculation about Warner’s potential career in Indian cinema, with users humorously suggesting he might become a local player in the Indian Premier League (IPL) or even an upcoming star of Indian cinema.

Overall, the CRED ad featuring SS Rajamouli and David Warner has become a standout moment in advertising, blending cricket, cinema, and humor in a delightful package that continues to entertain and engage audiences across the globe.

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