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Friday, July 22, 2016

'Being Indian' Releases 'Fake G', a Spoof on all the Fakers for 'Sprite Comedy Konkout by Culture Machine'

'Being Indian' Releases 'Fake G', a Spoof on all the Fakers for 'Sprite Comedy Konkout by Culture Machine'

MUMBAI, July 22, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --

After the success of first round of the joke video titled 'Shame of Thrones' released
by 'Being Indian', the team has responded once again to the challenge video from Sprite
Comedy Konkout's international hosts, The Tenderloins. They have now created another
hilarious video titled 'Fake G' around Sprite's #FakeOff campaign.

The video traces the history of a fictitious infamous gene called Fake G through
pre-historic times, early 19th century wars in India and present day with Sahil Khattar.
The video sees Sahil Khattar in a crazy avatar and sports a head full of hair as he fakes
his way through life.

Watch this hilarious new video only on the Being Indian and Sprite Comedy Konkout
YouTube pages and find out how Ayushman Gupta saves his dear friend from the 'Fake G' he

Catch the video on:

About Sprite: 

Brand Sprite is part of The Coca-Cola Company range of beverages. Introduced globally
in 1961, Sprite is the world's leading lemon-lime flavored soft drink. Sprite is sold in
more than 190 countries and ranks as the No. 3 soft drink worldwide.

In India, the brand was launched in 1999, and ever since, Sprite has not only
established itself as a brand which successfully boasts it's 'cut-thru' perspective with
an authentic, edgy, irreverent, urban and straight forward style, but has also achieved
status of an undisputed youth 'badge' brand.

Today, Sprite is the leading sparkling soft drink in the country.

About Culture Machine: 

Founded in 2013 by Sameer Pitalwalla and Venkat Prasad, Culture Machine Media Pvt Ltd
is a Digital Media Company that creates entertainment for the Internet generation by
combining cutting-edge technology with great content. Culture Machine has offices and
studio facilities in Mumbai, Delhi and Chennai and is a wholly owned subsidiary of The
Aleph Group, Singapore.

Media contact: 
Roohi Shaikh 
Think Ink Communications 


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