Watch: Uber cabs launches #MoveForward motivational video with Virat Kohli
Uber launches #MoveForward featuring their new brand ambassador Virat Kohli. Watch what Indian captain said.
Taxi service app Uber today launched a new teaser with Indian cricket team captain Virat Kohli. The teaser was more of a motivation to customers for travelling hassle free with Uber App. Uber said, “Like Virat, millions of Indians get out of bed each day to set out on inspiring journeys, both big and small, towards finding their purpose. And with them, is Uber. Helping move India forward, one ride at a time. Inspired by the scale of human ambition that each ride enables, our new ad film was designed with you in mind, and one resounding thought that binds us all — Badhte Chalein.” Uber roped in the cricketer in the month of March with an aim to service billions in the country, in the years to come.
Watch the Virat and Uber advertisement here.
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Amit Jain, President, Uber India & SA, said on March 09, 2018 said, “We are extremely delighted to sign on Virat Kohli to bat as brand ambassador for Uber India. His commitment to India on and off the field is commendable – from bagging world titles for the country to advocating positive change, he is invested in making a difference to the community at large.”
Jain added, “In Virat, we’ve found a partner who reflects the drive we share with everyday India, while embodying our commitment to serving the country. Virat truly exemplifies our intent and his universality as a youth icon will help us pave the way in our journey to move India forward.”
According to Uber, the country looks up to captain Virat Kohli to move India forward, and together, we share this vision, in service of billions of Indians.