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Poorva Sangam

Each of us could do with a little cheeky chatter some time or the other. Google ran an India-wide campaign to crowd-source the kind of dialogues, phrases and one-liners people want to see articulated into a sticker pack for Allo. The best ones made it here.

 
 
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Priyesh Trivedi

In the younger sections of school, we get a lot of learning around 'The ideal life'. One of them includes 'The ideal boy' - the boy we are told to become, one who prays two times a day, respects parents, eats and sleeps on time, wakes up on time, studies to get to top etc. However, in popular culture, 'The ideal boy' has been twisted on his own hat and made into a meme. Shown doing drugs, hanging out with friends (and teachers) as well as doing other 'more ideal' things.

 
 
 
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Rutuja Mali

Weddings are the most spent on occasions in India. With never ending guests and rituals, what can wrong in a gathering this big?

 
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Hatecopy

Average, but overhyped scenarios that we live with on a regular basis. The pack covers a diverse range of statements, emotions and catchphrases that play a pivotal role in our daily lives. Or not.

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Simon Lamouret

Sadhus (saints) are people who wish you the best in life, by either teachings or mantras (blessings) that they shower on you. And there are a lot of 'types' of these saints that are different from each other. From those that come from the Himalayas, to those that live next to the rivers, to those living in cities.

 
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Girik & Rohan Mukherjee

A typical North Indian guy who is always short tempered who loves his huge cars, food and has more than enough money, all the time. This pack is based upon a character with these characteristics - which are very relatable all throughout India, with scenarios and use-cases that are popular amongst the Hinglish speaking populace.

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Vijaya Aswani

Chai and biscuit in Indian food culture have always gone hand in hand - rarely seen without each other's company. This concept seeks at bringing that characteristic come to life. As much as Indian snacking  is incomplete without a chai-time indulgence, it is only a complete picture when accompanied by biscuits.

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Vijay Krish

We created a fictitious character around a foreign tourist in India and depicted mannerisms using his escapades in different situations throughout his stay. From food that gives him Delhi Belly, to him getting lost in translation. We can add situations that can form part of a conversation without digging deep.

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Viplov Singh & Svabhu Kohli

To bring out the Indian Context, we will use the ‘Miniature Painting’ style to bring in the eccentricity in the situations. This style depicts the Mughal period of India; how the Maharajas lived and partied. The twist would be, using characters from the current generation illustrated in the miniature style from that era.

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Prasad Ramachandran

A tribute to India. Dedicated to emotions that are connected to pride for the country. This pack is a mix of different elements like heroes of the freedom movement, the tri-color, slogans that relate to the various movements as well as the emotions that compliment them.

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