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World Environment Day 2020: Bollywood Celebrities Urge Fans To Preserve Mother Nature

As the World Environment Day is being observed today, several Bollywood celebrities took to social media to mark the day with their special posts about the environment and the Earth

World Environment Day 2020: Bollywood Celebrities Urge Fans To Preserve Mother Nature
Highlights
  • Every year June 5 is celebrated as World Environment Day
  • This year the theme of the environment day is to celebrate biodiversity
  • Bollywood celebrities took to social media and urged fans to protect Nature

New Delhi: Several Bollywood celebrities took to social media to celebrate the World Environment Day which is observed on June 5 every year. From Shraddha Kapoor, Ayushmann Khurrana and Tamannaah Bhatia to Sanjay Dutt, Madhuri Dixit Nene and Ajay Devgn, everyone shared special posts about the power of mother nature and urged their fans and followers to work towards preserving the environment and adopt sustainable living. As Twitter and Instagram flooded with messages on taking actions to protect the nature, celebrities reminded people that the day dedicated to the environment is very important now more than ever as the lockdown imposed to contain the spread of Coronavirus is easing gradually, people will soon be back on the road and so the environmental gains made during the lockdown needs to be maintained.

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Actor Shraddha Kapoor shared that she has incorporated eco-friendly alternatives of daily-use items like water bottles and toothbrushes in order to live in a sustainable way. She urged her followers to recycle, reduce and reuse.

 

Ayushmann Khurrana urged people to use water consciously. He said that water is an extremely vital resource and everyone should do their bit in saving water at all times.

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Tamannaah Bhatia shared a quote by the Russian author Leo Tolstoy to inspire her followers to be connected with nature. She wrote,

One of the first conditions of happiness is that the link between man and nature shall not be broken. – Leo Tolstoy #WorldEnvironmentDay

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Actor Ajay Devgan posted a picture of him and his son Yug Devgn swimming and soaking up the sun and wrote in the caption,

Nurture Nature. Preserve our PLANET. Mother Earth is as sensitive as you & I are.#WorldEnvironmentDay

Kajol shared a picture of herself planting saplings with her son, mother Tanuja, and sister Tanisha Mukherjee and reminded her fans to nurture the environment and live in an eco-friendly way. She said,

You will end up in the environment you create. Make sure yours is beautiful… Live healthy. Live green. #WorldEnvironmentDay

Senior actor Anupam Kher said in a tweet that the current pandemic has an important lesson for the people and that is to respect the environment. He said,

Human beings are temporary. The environment is permanent.

Madhuri Dixit Nene shared a video that showed the stark difference between the air quality of Delhi before and after COVID-19 related lockdown. She said via a tweet,

Amazing how humans complicate everything. This pre & post lockdown visual is proof that it’s not too late yet. Today on #WorldEnvironmentDay I’m hopeful we can learn and maintain mother Earth through our actions.

Also Read: World Environment Day 2020: COVID-19 Pandemic Has Thwarted The Fight Against Single-Use Plastic, Say Experts

Actor Sanjay Dutt used the day to highlight the need for humanity to make a change in the lifestyle to fix the environment.

The tough time that we’re facing today is a message from nature to bring a change in our lifestyle. There’s enough damage that we have done already but small steps from every individual can still save our environment. #WorldEnvironmentDay, he wrote in his Instagram post.

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World

22,90,75,864Cases
19,16,26,474Active
3,27,49,574Recovered
46,99,816Deaths
Coronavirus has spread to 195 countries. The total confirmed cases worldwide are 22,90,75,864 and 46,99,816 have died; 19,16,26,474 are active cases and 3,27,49,574 have recovered as on September 21, 2021 at 3:56 am.

India

3,35,04,534 26,115Cases
3,09,5758,606Active
3,27,49,574 34,469Recovered
4,45,385 252Deaths
In India, there are 3,35,04,534 confirmed cases including 4,45,385 deaths. The number of active cases is 3,09,575 and 3,27,49,574 have recovered as on September 21, 2021 at 2:30 am.

State Details

State Cases Active Recovered Deaths
Maharashtra

65,24,498 2,583

45,229 1,281

63,40,723 3,836

1,38,546 28

Kerala

45,24,158 15,692

1,67,578 6,623

43,32,897 22,223

23,683 92

Karnataka

29,68,543 677

14,386 1,025

29,16,530 1,678

37,627 24

Tamil Nadu

26,47,041 1,661

16,984 15

25,94,697 1,623

35,360 23

Andhra Pradesh

20,39,529 839

14,388 311

20,11,063 1,142

14,078 8

Uttar Pradesh

17,09,680 11

194 4

16,86,599 15

22,887

West Bengal

15,62,173 524

7,810 96

15,35,699 608

18,664 12

Delhi

14,38,517 20

379 8

14,13,053 28

25,085

Odisha

10,20,754 510

4,947 96

10,07,666 600

8,141 6

Chhattisgarh

10,05,094 38

297 7

9,91,234 43

13,563 2

Rajasthan

9,54,263 9

91 10

9,45,218 19

8,954

Gujarat

8,25,737 14

133 3

8,15,522 17

10,082

Madhya Pradesh

7,92,402 8

96 0

7,81,789 8

10,517

Haryana

7,70,746 13

340 6

7,60,598 7

9,808

Bihar

7,25,901 7

69 1

7,16,173 8

9,659

Telangana

6,63,662 208

4,991 14

6,54,765 220

3,906 2

Punjab

6,01,323 59

307 10

5,84,517 38

16,499 31

Assam

5,98,423 455

4,984 72

5,87,632 517

5,807 10

Jharkhand

3,48,125 9

55 1

3,42,937 10

5,133

Uttarakhand

3,43,393 11

267 6

3,35,736 17

7,390

Jammu And Kashmir

3,28,069 128

1,461 32

3,22,191 159

4,417 1

Himachal Pradesh

2,17,140 234

1,616 54

2,11,871 177

3,653 3

Goa

1,75,583 85

810 36

1,71,478 48

3,295 1

Puducherry

1,25,517 54

867 56

1,22,818 109

1,832 1

Manipur

1,18,673 178

2,183 6

1,14,658 183

1,832 1

Tripura

83,905 51

346 10

82,750 40

809 1

Mizoram

81,460 1,731

15,140 1,008

66,057 721

263 2

Meghalaya

79,667 174

1,896 5

76,391 168

1,380 1

Chandigarh

65,188 7

41 4

64,329 3

818

Arunachal Pradesh

54,126 56

410 12

53,444 67

272 1

Sikkim

30,971 16

654 59

29,937 74

380 1

Nagaland

30,907 43

467 17

29,786 59

654 1

Ladakh

20,737 7

138 4

20,392 3

207

Dadra And Nagar Haveli

10,670

0 1

10,666 1

4

Lakshadweep

10,359 3

8 3

10,300

51

Andaman And Nicobar Islands

7,600

13 0

7,458

129

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