Why stem cell banking is important, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan answers
Why Stem Cell Banking Is Important, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan Answers. Actress Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, who features in the new advertising campaign of LifeCell - India’s first stem cell bank - says the commercial captures moments shared between expectant parents beautifully and will become a part of their journey towards parenthood.
New Delhi: Actress Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, who features in the new advertising campaign of LifeCell - India’s first stem cell bank - says the commercial captures moments shared between expectant parents beautifully and will become a part of their journey towards parenthood.
“This is an interesting campaign which positions umbilical cord stem cell banking as one amongst other important things that expectant parents should consider for their child.
“The ad film maker has beautifully captured the moments of the lives of expectant parents who wish to do their best for their baby. Pregnant couples across the country would easily relate to this film as a part of their journey towards parenting," said Aishwarya, who is also brand's ambassador, in a statement.
The national campaign - Ayushmaan Bhava - aims at creating awareness and increasing uptake for its umbilical cord banking service.
In the video, the actress, who is married to actor Abhishek Bachchan and has a daughter Aaradhya, talks about the importance of preserving the umbilical cord stem cells at birth, which can fight many medical conditions and provide a healthy foundation for the child to live a long and healthy life.
Conceptualised by the creative team at McCann Mumbai and executed by production agency Electric Dreams, the campaign has been launched after coming out with an affordable umbilical cord stem cell banking service.
V.Ravi Shankar, chief marketing officer of the brand, said: “Ayushmaan Bhava is expected to connect with the larger audience across the country and position the service as a lifetime blessing given at the time of birth”.
The campaign will be rolled out across television, print, and multiplex media, with the television commercial being aired in five languages including Hindi, Marathi, Telugu, Tamil and Bengali, for four weeks.