Mad Influence introduces the iconic ‘Bella Ciao’ in Indian style


Mad Influence, one of India’s leading telecommunications marketing companies has launched a campaign, boosting the release of last season’s Money Heist with an Indian item.

The creators played Bella Ciao’s shared beats, featuring Dhol Tasha. Mad Influence is a company of professionals in various fields, technology, business strategy, Composition, Data, and performance.

They come together to help aspiring entrepreneurs divide and compete – to become successful businesses. They are strategic, analytical, driven by Insight but above all emotions.

They serve all products and have the product of every service. The amazing works of Aadil Khan and Eshhanya Maheswari worked hard to bring about the expected result.

The best dance is performed by these great creators. As famous promoters and creators, they have been the privilege of Mad Influence. This music video was co-produced and shot the same day by famous creators.

Influencers like Kritika Sharma and Ishpreet Dang also sang. “Bella ciao” is an indigenous Italian song of the late 19th century, sung at the beginning of the monastery’s protest against the harsh working conditions in the paddy fields of northern Italy.

The song was adapted and adopted as an anti-fascist hymn by Italian terrorists between 1943 and 1945 during the Italian Opposition German Nazi occupation of Italy, and, during the Italian Civil War, the Italian fascist struggle.

Versions of “Bella ciao” continue to be sung around the world as an anti-fascist hymn of freedom and resistance. Pre-buzz activities, sponsored by Netflix India, were broadcast digitally.

There was an engagement video that required builders to practice and capture it on the same day. In addition, each of the 10 creators experienced the same amount of screen time and digital presence.

Instagram, which is very popular and popular with people, has been chosen as a platform for music video presentations. The official Netflix India page posted the video.

In addition, all the promoters and creators involved took the opportunity to publish a reel engraved on the same day in the same place.

Gautam Madhavan, CEO of Mad Influence, said, “We are thrilled and satisfied with the gift we paid for Money Heist, and it was great fun when it got the Indian flavor.

We will come back with some great plans in the future, and I am sure it will be a one-of-a-kind event that will offer more.” he says.

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