WATCH – CRED releases backstage footage of iconic advertisement featuring Rahul Dravid

The advertisement features Rahul Dravid as 'Indirinagar ka Gunda' and portrays him getting angry.

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Rahul Dravid in CRED ad
Rahul Dravid in CRED ad

Rahul Dravid‘s CRED advertisement took the world by storm when it was released before the ongoing Indian Premier League (IPL) began. It featured the former Indian cricketer as ‘Indiranagar ka Gunda’ and it uncharacteristically showed him getting angry. Dravid is known for being one of the coolest and calmest persons in the world, let alone cricketers because of the way he conducts himself.

This was exactly why the ad went viral and as it showed him getting angry and violent. He was also seen screaming and smashing car glasses on the road due to his anger. The ad’s creativity was acknowledged by cricketers and celebrities in India with even Indian skipper Virat Kohli reacting to it by laughing and writing, “Never seen this side of Rahul bhai before.” Many others followed suit as well.

Watch – Newly released footage of Rahul Dravid’s CRED ad

Rahul Dravid
Rahul Dravid

Indian YouTuber Tanmay Bhatt was one of the writers for the CRED advertisement featuring Rahul Dravid and he had announced earlier that he would release behind-the-scenes footage of the ad. With fans requesting him to do so each and every day, he finally obliged by releasing it on YouTube today. Titled ‘The Rahul Dravid VLOG“, the video features various footages from what happened while shooting.

CRED themselves also released footage titled, “Rahul Dravid getting angry for 46 seconds“. This video contains similar footage as well as it shows Dravid struggling to get angry in a natural manner. Despite his struggles, we know how well it turned as the advertisement is well and truly a masterpiece, if ever there was one.

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