Bhumi Pednekar recently shared a thoughtful poem on the occasion of Earth Day. A self-confessed climate-conscious individual, Bhumi Pednekar however, raised a concern that will primarily take place after the coronavirus lockdown. Bhumi Pednekar revealed in an interview with an esteemed publication that after the coronavirus lockdown, people will be 'going crazy' to go back to the same rut and making way for the lost days. Bhumi Pednekar also mentioned how there will be an attempt to stabilize the economy again.
Bhumi Pednekar added that how by doing this, people will take 'revenge' from the environment and will harm it to double the speed, pushing the planet to the brink again after the coronavirus lockdown. Bhumi Pednekar, however, hoped that the human race will not make this mistake again by taking nature for granted and instead will be prepared for such a massive pandemic from beforehand. Bhumi Pednekar also raised her concern over the daily wage workers losing their jobs and becoming extremely vulnerable amidst the coronavirus lockdown.
Bhumi Pednekar also added that it is not sure how things will shape up in the future once the coronavirus lockdown ends. The Pati Patni Aur Woh actor expressed her gratitude that she will be amongst the few lucky ones who will get an opportunity to lead a 'normal' life post the coronavirus lockdown but she also said that many people would not get this opportunity which is very scary. The actor recently also launched a pan India campaign titled Climate Warrior to raise more awareness on issues like Global Warming and Environmental Conservation. On the work front, she will be seen in films like Takht and the Badhaai Ho sequel.
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