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Gold Spot
TypeCola
ManufacturerThe Coca-Cola Company
Country of originIndia
Introduced1952
Discontinued2000
ColourOrange
FlavourOrange

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Gold Spot was one of the three brands of carbonatedsoft drink started in India by Parle Bisleri under the initiative of its founder Ramesh Chauhan in 1977 after the exit of Coca-Cola and PepsiCo from the Indian market. Gold Spot was introduced along with Thums Up and Limca.[1]

Gold Spot glass bottle

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It was artificially flavoured and coloured orange.[2] Parle sold Gold Spot along with Thums Up, Limca, Citra and Maaza to Coca-Cola in 1993 (which had just relaunched in the Indian market), reportedly for $40 million.[3][4] In spite of its wide popularity, Gold Spot was withdrawn by Coke from the market in order to re-make space for Coca-Cola's Fanta brand.[5]

Gold Spot's slogan was 'The Zing Thing.'[2]

In popular culture[edit]

The Los Angeles-based band Goldspot is supposed to be named after this fizzy drink. According to one of the interviews with Siddhartha Khosla (the core member of band), Gold Spot was very popular back in India at the time.[6]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^'View from the top : Seasoned entrepreneurs share their mantras'. The Economic Times. 17 July 2009. Retrieved 22 February 2012.
  2. ^ ab'Jingle all the way…'. The Financial Express. 9 August 2007. Retrieved 22 February 2012.
  3. ^Kachru, Upendra (2009). Strategic Management: Concepts and Cases. Excel Books India. pp. 689, 690. ISBN81-7446-424-7.
  4. ^'Coke uncorks war of words with partner'. Reading Eagle. 8 January 1995. Retrieved 22 February 2012.
  5. ^'From household names to forgotten history: Story of India's grand old brands such as Binaca, Dalda & Moti Soaps'. The Economic Times. 28 November 2011. Archived from the original on 2016-03-05. Retrieved 22 February 2012.
  6. ^'Band Goldspot to perform at Johnnie Walker One Tree Music Festival'. The Economic Times. 6 February 2008. Retrieved 22 February 2012.
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I have been listening to the latest limca ad (featuring sushma reddy and niketan madhok) since last evening. I had seen the ad earlier too and always loved it.
But, last afternoon I was bored and was switching channels restlessly when this ad caught my attention on Zoom channel. The music was soothing to the ears. It refreshed me even without the limca and the splashing water. 🙂 I stopped switching channels and waited for the ad to be telecast again. And, there it was after a few minutes.

The music, the voice, the lyrics, the concept (splashing water and playfulness after a hard day’s work) – i loved it all. It is indeed refreshing. And, I didn’t stop listening to the song since then. I downloaded the video and the mp3 (thanx AsMi). I have even set it as my ring tone. Couldn’t find the lyrics anywhere, so noted it down myself.

Kudos to the entire ad team for making this ad, and specially to R Anandh for such a beautiful composition and Cara Lisa Monteiro for lending her beautiful soothing voice. Here’s the lyrics followed by the video.

fuhaarein, bochhaarein, nazaarein chura lo na
kuch boondein chura lo na
thaki si zindagi se, jhuki si zindagi se, kuch lamhe chura lo na
kuch yaadein, aur sapne
apne chura lo na
ruki si zindagi se, thaki si zindagi se, raftaarein chura lo na

lukka chhuppi khelti hai bheed mein hazaaron kaliyaan… hazaaron kaliyaan
galiyon mein yun bheed banke chup gayi hai saari khushiyan . saari saari khushiyan
khushiyon ko bula lo na
muskaane chura lo na
Bluestacks last shelter survival.

sulagti pyaas hai toh, machalti pyaas hai toh, ek limca chura lo na
kuch yaadein, aur sapne
apne chura lo na
ruki si zindagi se, thaki si zindagi se, raftaarein chura lo na