ITC Ltd.’s B Natural dedicates ‘Hum Honge Kamyaab Har Din’, a song of hope to Indian farmers on India’s 74th Independence Day

B Natural continues to demonstrate support for the Indian farmers and collaborates with Celebrated music artists like Padma Shri Usha Uthup, Harshdeep Kaur, Kunal Ganjawala, Javed Ali and Zubeen Garg to encourage consumer franchise for 100% Indian produce from Indian farmers.


On the occasion of India’s 74th Independence Day, ITC Ltd.’s B Natural Fruit Beverages has dedicated the humble rendition of 'Hum Honge Kamyaab Har Din' to the Indian farmer community. 

As a brand B Natural is dedicated to source all of its produce only from Indian Farmers. As a tribute to the farmers in these trying times, the song is a reflection of hope and salutation to the Indian farmer who diligently carries out his duties and toils in the fields to ensure availability of food to the consumers. The song, developed in collaboration with Alive India brings together a stellar ensemble of singers like Padma Shri Usha Uthup, Harshdeep Kaur, Javed Ali, Zubeen Garg and Kunal Ganjawala who soulfully narrate the farmers’ unwavering hard work and love for his soil. 

Through this initiative, B Natural aims to sensitize consumers about how their thoughtful product choices in favour of those sourced from Indian farmers strengthens the Indian Farmer community.

 he song opens with the message on how the brand has always stood with the Indian Farmers with accompanying visuals of a farmer at work, starting his day as early as the first ray of sunshine. The song pans to visuals of singers who remind viewers of the farmer’s hopes and aspirations for success and rests on his faith and determination. The video closes with India’s map, formed with images of farmers in each region, symbolizing unity in diversity with a call to action for viewers to help turn their hopes into reality. 

The video is released on the brand’s social media assets including Instagram, Facebook and YouTube. 

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