Nissan’s New Star of India Campaign recognized by Limca Book of Records

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Nissan has announced that it has received two recognitions from the Limca Book of Records for its ’New Star of India’ digital campaign. The New Star of India, starring Bollywood actor Ranbir Kapoor, was recognized as the first such film to have conducted online dance auditions through Facebook. 20 co-stars – voted for by the public – appeared alongside Ranbir in a groundbreaking short movie, which was released in March last year.

The film was also honoured for featuring 29 blue-colour Nissan Micra cars, the highest number of same brand, same colour cars ever used in a short film.

Speaking about this remarkable achievement, Mr. Takayuki Ishida, MD & CEO, Nissan Motor India said, “We are absolutely delighted to be recognised by the Limca Book of Records. This demonstrates that when we say we aim to bring excitement and innovation to everything we touch, we mean it. I would like to thank all of our fans for getting involved and helping to make this campaign such a success.”

Nissan Brand ambassador & Bollywood superstar Ranbir Kapoor said, “I was incredibly excited to be involved in this ground-breaking movie with Nissan, which had not been attempted by anyone before.

”The concept of taking 20 young, enthusiastic people from their homes to the movie set caught my attention immidiately. I would like to extend my sincere gratitude to the team at Nissan for giving me this golden opportunity to be a part of this record breaking movie and thank Limca Book Of Records for appreciating our efforts.”

Nissan launched the online talent hunt at in October 2011 with over 2,500 participants uploading their short videos on the Facebook page. The winners were chosen on the basis of public votes and final judgement by Ranbir Kapoor and director Ahmed Khan. The online campaign attracted over 5,21,000 fans by March 2012.

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