A mega advertisement made as a teaser for the upcoming Rohit Shetty film. The main purpose of this AD film was to promote the new Chinese food brand, Ching’s Secret. This is a new instant food brand to be launched in India.
This commercial is huge and looks like the recent Oscar flick Mad Max Fury Road. Big budget commercial features Tamannah and Ranveer in lead role. Punch dialogue “My Name is Ranveer Ching” is stunning. Music for this movie is composed by Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy.
The caption says “Film Out Now” and for an instance I thought this is the original teaser and got confused. Ranveer usually is very choosy in signing for advertising, but he is quite happy with this association. Let’s wait for the movie “My Name is Ranveer Ching!” hope Rohit is coming out of his clichés.
The effort put in this promotion is appreciable. Innovative and a movie drama featuring romance and action is well suited. Leather jacket and Feather in head sometimes reminds me of Pirates of Caribbean’s Jack Sparrow. With lot of inspiration from various Hollywood movies this Promo is quite stunning, so what do you think about this Promo, did you like it? Comment below. Subscribe to ourchannel for more.
What is this fuss about Green Tea? I’m wondering. There is lot of talk about Green Tea and its health benefit. But on gathering some basic information on this, it seems it doesn’t really have huge health benefits at all. Surprising isn’t it?
Green Tea is made from Camellia Sinensis tea leaves and the only difference from Black Tea is that it is not processed by fermentation process. Of course there are many tea varieties and taste and processing varies based on time of harvest, processing techniques, growing conditions and variety etc. It is widely believed that Tea is originally found in China.
There is no definitive evidence scientifically for health benefits of Green Tea. There are numerous researches done and no conclusive results are obtained largely. Also be aware that Green Tea has caffeine in it, don’t consume in large quantity on a daily basis.
As processing is not done, Green Tea retains Polyphenols and Anti-oxidants. These are believed to help in increasing metabolism and so could aid in weight loss. Not in a substantial way though. Some researches show drinking one cup of Green Tea per day made no difference at all. Two or more cups of 100 ml is ideal. These substances could also aid in regulating glucose levels for Diabetes control, Heart disease, Cancer and more. But remember there is no scientific evidence for any till today.
So, what do you think about Green Tea? Do you add ginger or cardamom with Green Tea for flavour? Share your comments below. Subscribe to ourYouTube Food Channel for recent updates. Cheers!
Did you know? “Mustard seeds are used to verify if the oil is fried properly or not. The mustard seeds will crackle when the oil is fried properly. This is like a litmus test!”
Repeat adding few more mustard seeds until some of it crackles. Now, we know the oil is rightly fried and suitably hot. Add 150 ml of water to the Pan. Let it boil, it may take few more minutes. While you wait cut your Maggi and Masala packet that comes along with Maggi Noodles, keep it ready.
Once the water boils, add Pepper and Chilli powder to the extent of your wish and resistance, you know what I mean, isn’t it? Add bit of salt to taste.
Remember “Maggi masala already contains salt and nominal level of spices. Add more only if you like it extra spicier and hot”
Then add the Maggi Masala, stir for few seconds. Now is the time to add the Maggi Noodles! Break it into two or four pieces and gently drop it into the Pan. It may take about 5 to 6 minutes to cook. The Maggi commercial that says 2 minute preparation time is hoax, now you know it.
That’s it, pull out your plate and I’m sure you can eat it in 2 minutes!
Note “Try eating it with your hand, it really tastes good, at least for me. And if you want a tangy twist to it, add some chopped onion and tomatoes after you crackle the mustard seeds. Fry for some time before you proceed as usual”
Right, enjoy making your ‘Maggi basic 101’ or ‘Maggi tangy twist’. Hail Maggi, the savior!