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Indian law is largely based on British law and they are fairly similar in this area as I understand it.
The application of copyright depends on your work. If what you have done is added an obvious creative element to that image through arrangement, composition, lighting, etc then you're safe from them. If what you have done is essentially make a photographic copy of their branding then you are definitely not ok. It is also worth noting that the product you choose may be hugely iconic and you need to be careful not to reproduce images made by other photographers because that can open you up to copyright infringement cases from THEM.
You have to consider their trademark. Will your work be used in a way that they could construe to be an endorsement of you, or the services you offer? They are fiercely protective of their brand and you should consider this a very likely situation, one where you are likely to get into trouble.
Above both of those you should consider, even if you are in the right, if you can afford to defend yourself in a civil case. Your potential adversary are a multi-billion dollar global brand with deep pockets and a team of expert lawyers on call 24x7. Is that something you can afford to defend yourself against even if you are in the right? Even if you can, do you need the stress in your life?
Given what you want to do is stand out, you should consider making (or have a local artist make for you) some of your "own brand" products. In the case of cans you can vinyl wrap or repaint them easily and the results can come up nicely (with practice) car modification sites might give you a good start. Bottles are a little trickier and for that I would go for vintage ones, or for a standard bottle then you can print up your own-brand labels cheaply. Look around online at various forums for people who make film & stage props, there are usually how-to guides and examples of various materials in use.