Popular 'Bhai Bhai' ads of Gujarat BJP now on video!

Published By : Admin | November 22, 2012 | 23:11 IST

‘Bhai Bhai’ ads of Gujarat BJP on video

Ads combine humour with music to showcase the plight of the nation under the UPA, contrasting it with the development in Gujarat under Shri Narendra Modi


You have heard them on the Radio and now you can see the videos!

The popular ‘Bhai Bhai’ ads depicting the sorry state of the nation under the Congress led UPA and contrasting it with the development in Gujarat under Shri Narendra Modi have been an instant hit among the people.

These ads cover different themes and bring out the true nature of the UPA- be it a Gold Medal in Olympics of corruption or a arbitrary and anti-people reduction of subsidized LPG cylinders, the ads bring out the facts in a very ‘musical’ manner.

Here we bring to you the videos of the ‘Bhai Bhai’ ads composed by noted artiste Arvind Vegda.

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