The 87-year-old video, Charulata Patel, who encouraged India in the game against Bangladesh at Birmingham stadium in England, has become viral. PepsiCo has now included this grandmother in her advertising campaign.
The 87-year-old video, Charulata Patel, who encouraged India in the game against Bangladesh at Birmingham stadium in England, has become viral. After winning the game, the Indian captain Virat Kohli met his grandmother and this video of the incident became viral. The world-famous grandmother joined PepsiCo in its advertising campaign.
In the India-Bangladesh game, the 87-year-old grandmother was seen playing VuVujeela (a type of Pipiri) greedily. Now, PepsiCo has written for the announcement with this old woman. In the Pepsi Swag campaign, Charulata has become a new “Swag star”.
A few days ago, Amul also paid tribute to this super cricket fan by creating a doodle in which he was called “Great Indian Mother”. After the match in Birmingham, Virat Kohli, captain of the Indian cricket team, and Rohit Sharma met Charulata Patel after the game. Kohli had promised to book tickets for the upcoming matches.
Virat shared the image of his meeting with Twitter: “I would like to thank all my fans for their love and support, in particular Charulata Patel, 87, who may not have seen so much passion and dedication. Number, passion takes you to top, with your blessing, we move on to the next stage.
The formidable cricket fan base has been watching cricket for several decades. He had talked to a news agency saying that when India won the first World Cup under Kapil Dev, it was still on the field. “India will certainly win the World Cup, I ask Lord Ganesha that India wins … My blessings are always with the team … When Kapil Paji won the World Cup in 1983, he was always there.”
PepsiCo spokesman said: “His passion for the game shows the world that life is not an obstacle in the life of wonderful moments”.