28 February 2014

Question of the Day #176 King

X was adopted as mascot in 1946, created by Y's then commercial director Bobby Kooka, and Umesh Rao, an artist with J. Walter Thompson Ltd. X began as a rich Indian potentate, symbolizing graciousness and high living. Creators gave him a distinctive personality: his outsized moustache, the striped turban and his aquiline nose.

Identify X & Y.

27 February 2014

Question of the Day #175 Utterly Butterly

X wearing a white frock with red polka dots, with a matching bow in her hair was the wonder creation of Eustace Fernandes in 1967. X has been mobilized to comment on many events of national and political importance. Advertisements of X have often been described as one of the best Indian Advertising concepts because of their humour.
Identify X and company.

26 February 2014

Question of the Day #174 Seven

X was created by Joanna Ferrone and Sue Rose. Rose first developed X on a napkin in a restaurant in 1985. X has a triangular face and eight locks of stand-up hair. X has been used on numerous products like beverages, stationery etc.
Identify X.

25 February 2014

Question of the Day #173 Hamburger

X was the first mascot of company Y before another mascot was created and portrayed by Willard Scott. X was also the first company logo before the use of the Golden Arches design from 1962. Some older stores of Y still have X’s sign in front.
Identify X & Y.

24 February 2014

Question of the Day #172 Vivid

This mascot was created in 1954 by a Padma Vibhushan awardee, known for his creation “You Said It”. The mascot vanished in 21st century when the company went for a major brand overhaul.
Identify the mascot and company.

23 February 2014

Question of the Day #171 Equine

A computer animated musical short film. It has the first appearance of "Oswald the Lucky Rabbit" in a
film of its production house after 84 long years. It has been nominated for an Academy Award in 2014.
Name the film.

22 February 2014

Question of the Day #170 Saab !!

This production house was started by Bollywood's legendary actor. Its first movie was Afsar. Recent
news indicate its chances of being taken over by Reliance Entertainment. Name the production house and the actor who started it.

21 February 2014

Question of the Day #169 Bad

Holder of multiple Guinness World Records, he is renowned as the "Artist of the Century". He won
seven Grammys and eight American Music Awards (including the Award of Merit, the youngest artist
to win it) in 1984, making him the most awarded artist in one night for both award shows. In 2010, he
became the most downloaded artist of all times.
Who are we referring to?

20 February 2014

Question of the day #168 Harry?

It is a crime fiction novel written by the author under the pen name "Robert Galbraith". The solicitor
who revealed the pseudonym Robert Galbraith has been fined £1,000 for breaching privacy rules.
Name the book and the original name of the author.

19 February 2014

Question of the day #167 Movie

It is a hindi drama directed by Rituporno Ghosh. An adaptation of the short story, The Gift of the
Magi by O Henry and an inspiration of the film, Through Her Eyes, this movie has won the National Film
Award for Best Feature Film in Hindi. It was also nominated as Best Feature Film at the Karlovy Vary
International Film Festival.
Which movie is being referred to?

18 February 2014

Question of the day #166 Nightingale

Acted in Jeevan Yatra and Gajabhau, composed music for films under the name Anandghan.

Who are we referring to?

3 February 2014

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