Ask anyone their December plans and chances are rife that they’ll say - watching ‘83’. Bollywood heartthrob Ranveer Singh is all over the news for his phenomenal performance in the cricket biopic.
In the film, Ranveer Singh essays the character of Kapil Dev and unleashes ripples of excitement among the audiences with his super 6’s and super 4s. As for us, we are partaking in the excitement with a big bucket of Kentucky Fried Chicken. Wondering how? With the all new KFC App, of course!
Just unlock the Super 6s and Super 4s offer on KFC’s all-new App this holiday season! I mean, what are winter get-togethers without a hot bucket of Kentucky fried chicken, right?
Under this offer, KFC is offering 6 pieces of Hot & Crispy Chicken and 6 Chicken Strips free for every 6 ordered (or even 4+4 considering your hunger’s ‘boundaries’) between 22nd and 26th December 2021.
Talking about the brand film, we love how Ranveer Singh tackles all the tough balls with out-of-the-world (or should we say ‘stadium’) shots. And just as he strikes the last ball, he looks into the camera and urges us to do the same with our hunger pangs. ““Bhook ke chakke chhudao”, says the loud and proud Ranveer Singh.
For those of you who are still wary of ordering food from outside, we have news!
KFC wants its consumers to enjoy a worry-free meal of scrumptious chicken and to ensure that, the brand has implemented a 4X Safety Promise of Sanitization, Screening, Social Distancing and Contactless service. All KFC outlets sanitise their surfaces (tables, chairs, counters, door handles, etc) every 30 minutes. As for the delivery services, KFC’s restaurants and delivery teams intensively sanitise their hands and bags after every order.
What’s more? KFC ensures contactless delivery at all times - be it home delivery, delivery to our vehicle, dine-in and now also with Express Pick-Up (takeaway order ready in just 7 mins).
In a nutshell, you can rest assured that quality food reaches you with a superior level of sanitisation. What more could we ask for in these testing times, right?