Aarey Colony: Bollywood Celebrities' Outrage Evident On Social Media

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Aarey Colony forest controversy seems to have united Bollywood. Check out this outrage by the celebrities on social media via their tweets about the issue.

Written By Tanvi Dhote | Mumbai | Updated On:
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Aarey Colony issue has been in the news since the first strike happened. According to reports, nearly 400 trees were cut overnight in the area. Section 144 was imposed. Several people who were protesting against the cut down were arrested. Bollywood celebrities also did not hold back to share their thoughts about the Aarey colony issue. Read on for more details about the Bollywood’s outrage.

Bollywood’s outrage over the Aarey Colony issue

Bollywood celebrities in the past have always been vocal about social causes. The film fraternity have been active participants of several charity events and causes. Celebrities did not hold back when it came to the overnight cutting of the trees in the Aarey Colony. Actress Pooja Bhatt and Nimrat Kaur chose to directly attack the cutting down of trees by calling it inhumane. Nimrat Kaur made use of sarcasm to share her dismay regarding the issue. Check out some of their tweets here.

 

Actor Sidharth Malhotra tagged Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Maharashtra’s Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis regarding the issue in his tweet. He stated that the cutting down of trees in the colony will lead to an ecological imbalance. He further stated that the forest should be protected for the next generation witnessing it. Actress Ileana D’Cruz summed up the entire situation by calling it awful. Check out their tweets here.

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Actors Dia Mirza, Farhan Akhtar and Richa Chadha were unanimously outraged about the trees being cut down in the middle of the night. Richa Chadha’s tweet posed a question regarding obtaining of the signatures for the cutting down of trees. Dia Mirza’s tweet was about safeguarding the forest for its future generations. In her tweet, she stated that the trees are united by love and hence need to be protected. Farhan Akhtar's tweet directly called out the authorities getting away with wrongdoing. Check out their tweets here.

Also read | Aarey Colony: Section 144 Till Tuesday Morning, After SC's Status Quo

Also read | Aarey Colony: Netizens Thank Supreme Court For Tree-felling Status Quo

 

 

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