Sylvester daCunha was hired to design the ad campaign for Amul based on day-to-day-life of common man and to depict it in a satirical way. It was 60’s & 70’s that he started hoarding advertisement which became hugely popular in Mumbai and India.
His ads has not only become a way of common -anger-outlet before Anna hazare or Kiran bedi started to think about ‘Anti corruption movement’. It was not only his political comments but also his cartoons about India’s achievements that children, teenagers, working class, housewives and elderly had thoroughly enjoyed . It was not only mere fun but the caricatures made one look upon the system and form a opinion about the same.
Another shot from a newspaper describing the Amul girls act going horribly wrong especially with Mamtha Banerjee and other Indian politicians.
Who can talk some sense into Indian Politicians?