If you haven’t seen a single advertisement featuring the legendary “Amul Girl”, then you must be living under a rock. Not just newspapers and billboards, she has also won our hearts with her wit and thoughtfulness.
Originally created by Sylvester daCunha and Eustace Fernandes back in 1965 to promote the brand, she became more than just Amul’s mascot. Today, Rahul daCunha is known to be the man behind these brilliant Amul Girl ads. We have collected some of the best (and cutest) print ads featuring the renowned Amul Girl, who has become an integral part of our society.
- The inspiring Republic Day feature
- Her adorable take on Deepika’s “My Choice” video
- When she impressed us with her amazing taste in movies!
- The prompt depiction of the recent chaos in Uttar Pradesh’s politics
- Only she can connect our favorite Meg Ryan movie with Hillary Clinton’s email fiasco!
- She is also well-acquainted with net neutrality
- She won our hearts, even when there was a shortage of Amul butter
- Inspiring every Indian to stay peaceful during the riots
- And who can forget her heartfelt homage to Sadhana
- When she made us realize that there is nothing wrong with making a few mistakes (even on live TV)
- Her tribute to Neerja Bhanot
- Or her tribute to APG Abdul Kalam
- This one deserves a standing ovation
- Who knew Joker could look so adorable!
- She even made us proud with her take on the surgical strike operation
- Or with this burning controversy related to artists from a foreign land
- She even tried to unite Brangelina
- And celebrated with our winners of the 2016 Paralympics
- With this, she made Amul the “lok priya makhan” for sure!
- There were times when she made us realize that she is just like everyone else (and faces the same aam-junta issues)
- She has been with us for so long!
- Keeping us aware of the all the activities around the world
- And teaching us the kind of lessons that always hits home
Because at the end of the day, there is really no one like her. She is not just a cartoon, a mascot, or a print advertisement. She is an inseparable part of our culture. She is the gentle reminder of the things we usually tend to forget. She is the kind of moral compass that guides our way home. She is the unbiased voice that our nation truly needs.