It Is High Time We Start Taking Care Of Mother Nature, Says Actor Varun DhawanActor Varun Dhawan on World Environment Day says 'It's high time that we start taking care of mother nature'

New Delhi: Making a difference on World Environment Day, Actor Varun Dhawan comes out in support of Mumbai’s Juhu Beach clean-up. Along with that, the actor also launched the plastic bottle crushing machine at Juhu beach. Speaking about the initiative, Varun Dhawan said, “I have spent many evening on the beach, playing cricket or enjoying gola with my friends. It pains me to see the state of affairs today. Versova beach is an example of how beaches can be cleaned if people put their mind to it. It’s time to make a beginning. I want my newborn niece to play on Juhu beach, like we used to, as kids. The actor was part of Save The Beach initiative, he adds, “I think it’s a wonderful initiative and now so many initiatives have started all across India. India is known for its rich culture and beautiful people.”

With an appeal, Varun Dhawan signs off by saying,

It’s high time that we start taking care of mother nature which is part of our culture.

Sharing the glimpses of the event with netizens, Varun Dhawan said, “Let’s help the warriors who keep our beaches clean.”

The actor also said that these are the initiatives that help keep the beaches clean in India.

Also Read: How Water ATMs in Mumbai’s Railway Stations Are Reducing City’s Plastic Bottle Burden

Watch Varun Dhawan’s Message

This is not the first time the actor has raised his voice for a better environment. Last year, Varun Dhawan spoke about the huge amount of smog in the national capital and urged people to go green and save the environment from getting polluted. Earlier, the actor has also shot series of videos for the Clean India initiative and is seen educating people on why they need to keep the planet earth clean.

Varun Dhawan was not alone to do his bit for the planet on World Environment Day, joining him were other actors – Alia Bhatt who have pledged to ditch plastic bottles from her life, Dia Mirza who have shunned the use of single-use plastic items, Arjun Kapoor who has pledged to go green by ditching the use of disposable plastic bottles, Aditi Rao Hydari who has switched plastic bottle with a greener glass bottle alternative, to name a few.

Also Read: With Messages For A Greener And Cleaner Environment, Actors And Sports Personalities Celebrate World Environment Day 2018

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