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Madhuri Dixit Shares Throwback Video On Earth Day, Says 'let Us All Pledge To Do Our Bit'

On the occasion of Earth Day where several stars are posting their thoughts about the planet,Madhuri Dixit is seen spreading awareness about nature conservation

Madhuri Dixit shares throwback video on Earth Day, says 'let us all pledge to do our bit'

On the occasion of Earth Day where several stars are posting their thoughts about the planet, Bollywood’s Dhak Dhak girl is spreading awareness about conservation of nature and asked people to pledge their support for the cause. To commemorate the day, Madhuri shared a throwback video on her Twitter handle where she seems to be cycling on a path that is surrounded by lush green trees on both sides of the road.

Madhuri Dixit extends her wishes on earth day with a throwback video

Extending her wishes on the special day, Madhuri asked people to follow small steps at home like “switching off appliances when not in use, plant trees, use fuel & water conservatively” which can protect the planet and the resources to get exhausted one day. Madhuri shared the video and captioned the post as, “This lockdown has shown us how little nature needs for it to revive & thrive on the 50th earth day.

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Several fans of the star shared their views on the special occasion and stormed the comment section. One of the users wrote that by doing a bit, people can make a better world for all to live. Another user wrote, “Yes, the level of pollution has also decreased due to Lockdown. Due to reduced pollution, there is a lot of change in nature, I believe. What about you #GoCoronaGo.”
A third user shared a picture of the earth along with a sapling while extending out his wishes on the earth day. 

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