Ranbir Kapoor promoting football and saying Football is life for me and if not an actor, I would have loved to be a footballer. With the popular drink's new campaign by Pepsi actor said 'ab badlega game', it is clear indeed that Pepsico has abandoned cricket for football.
Ranbir Kapoor, who himself is a big football fan, spoke about the campaign, “football is life for me and if not an actor I would have loved to be a footballer. It teaches one team work, determination and discipline apart from being such an exciting sport. I am thrilled that Pepsi is bringing the joy of football to India and am delighted to be a part of this campaign.”
For Pepsi, which associates itself with youth passions like sports, movies and music, this is its first football campaign in India. "I am thrilled that Pepsi is bringing the joy of football to India and am delighted to be a part of this campaign," he added.
Deepika Warrier, executive director (marketing), Pepsico Beverages, India, said, "Pepsi has always taken the lead in celebrating newer and emerging youth platforms - from cricket to movies to music. The brand has successfully created memorable campaigns and experiences for Youngistaan. Football is gaining immense popularity in India and being a youth soul mate, Pepsi is proud to be associated with the sport. With an exciting line-up of cricketing events, including IPL, ICC World Twenty20 and a host of thrilling football initiatives, Pepsi promises an action-filled, fun year."