Content related to The Pepsi Vangu Ball / J. Walter Thompson Sri Lanka
The first Sri Lankan version of Pepsi’s global “Change the Game” campaign, created for their sponsorship of the ICC T20 Cricket World Cup, featuring Sri Lankan fast bowler Lasith Malinga who had changed the game with a new delivery.

The film was shot on location in the winding narrow backstreets of Slave Island Colombo where kids change the rules according to the surroundings. The film starts off with Malinga's return to his roots in street cricket where the local kids show him that when the game is changed he's no longer the superstar he is used to being, and making him realize that he needs to keep changing the game.

Back on the cricket field, Malinga uses the Slave Island Vangu Ball he's been taught on the street where the boy used a turn (vangu) on the street and delivered the ball running up hidden behind a lamp post. In the game he makes his run up hidden behind the umpire and delivers a blinding ball that gets a vital batsman out. Once more, Pepsi changes the game.