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Amul cheers ISRO for ‘Fat Boy’ with a caricature. Here are Amul’s 5 other creative topicals

Reshu Manglik New Delhi 07 Jun 2017, 16:18:57 IST
Reshu Manglik

On Monday, the Indian Space Research Organisation launched its heaviest rocket named Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV) Mark (MK) III from Sriharikota. Owing to the size and weight of the rocket, it was nicknamed ‘Fat Boy’. By doing so, ISRO has answered back many of its critics. On this proud moment for the nation, Amul congratulates ISRO for its newly-achieved feat with one of its innovative caricature. In the caricature, you can see the Amul girl clicking the picture of the historical moment when the rocket was launched. It also enhanced the cartoon with a catchy one-liner, ‘Amul- Makes bread take off!’. 

Amul has been using this eye-catching way to commemorate the important events in the world, since 1976. Here are some of its other praise-worthy works. 

On the controversial resignation of historian and cricket administrator Ramchandra Guha, Amul published a caricature taking a jibe at the incident. 

Remember the Twitter trend ‘Covfefe’ initiated by none other than the President of the United States, Donald Trump? How could Amul miss to crack a joke about it? 

Here’s how Amul had transformed the famous Jolie-Pitt split into a caricature. 

On suspension of singer Abhijeet Bhattacharya’s Twitter account, Amul posted a topical with the singer tweeting. 

Mumbai Indians bags the IPL trophy for the third time. Here’s how Amul celebrated. 

​There are many more Amul caricatures that has been entertaining its million readers for decades.