READY TO RULE
READY TO RULE
An exclusively curated five-part series that gives a peek inside the best Forward Thinking minds of India as they draw inspiration from the Jaguar XE to craft bespoke creations that truly excite the senses.
In this modern age of revolutionary ideas, cutting edge innovation and extraordinary talent, there are those who always strive for more. Those who are not okay with the ordinary. Those who challenge it. Those who look ahead, make their own road and then rule it too. These are the Forward Thinkers of our times.
Ready To Rule will witness such Forward Thinkers as they come together to be a part of the Jaguar XE experience, talk about their journeys and craft a creation inspired by the Jaguar XE as well as by their own lives and skills.
In episode 5 of Jaguar XE Presents Ready to Rule, Ram Sampath, one of India’s most innovative music composers, jams with fearless film maker Abhinay Deo to hum out a tune perfect for a drive in the All-New Jaguar XE.
THE FORWARD THINKERS
Ram Sampath is an ace Indian musician, always being amidst musicians and patrons of Carnatic music is how he discovered his roots in music at an early age. His foray into advertising saw him come up with some of the most memorable jingles for major brands. He carved a niche for himself by partnering with INXS creating Indian versions of their international hits. Infusing movies like Peepli Live, Delhi Belly, Talaash with his amazing composition and voice, he truly has what it takes to be a forward thinker.
At the helm of some of the most successful ad films, TV shows and Bollywood movies one would find this debonair film maker Abhinay Deo. Getting a Filmfare award for his debut project truly inspired him to strive forward, moving away from mainstream cinema is what redefines him as a forward thinker. Amongst the many prestigious awards is the Cannes Lion Gold for his achievements in advertising. He has also brought out some of the best performances from actors Aamir Khan and Hrithik Roshan.
READY TO RULE MANTRA
“No Risk! No Glory!”
“Add the extra to the ordinary.”