Sidharth Malhotra And Varun Dhawan's Eco-friendly Initiatives

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For years, Bollywood celebs have used social media to educate the masses about creating a greener and healthier environment. Read to know more about it.

Written By Mamta Raut | Mumbai | Updated On:
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Bollywood celebrities have always been very prominent in fighting against issues related to the environment. In a country as populated as India, it is only natural that we need to be more careful with how to take care of the environment. For years, Bollywood celebs have used social media to educate the masses about creating a greener and healthier environment. Here are a few Bollywood celebrities who are eco-warriors and have taken active participation in the protection of the environment.

Sidharth Malhotra – Cleans Kargil Shoot location

Sidharth Malhotra is all set to bring the story of the Kargil's Captian Vikram Batra alive on screen in Vishnu Vardhan’s Shershaah. After a recent schedule of the film was wrapped up in Kargil, the entire shooting team ensured that they cleaned up all the waste that was left behind. A local newspaper appreciated the work done by Sidharth Malhotra and his entire team. Sidharth Malhotra also took to Twitter to raise awareness about cleanliness.

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Varun Dhawan and Sara Ali Khan’s plastic-free initiative

Varun Dhawan took to Twitter to post a picture of his entire Coolie No. 1 crew using steel water bottles. This initiative of the entire team was even appreciated by the Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi. He praised the team by using his Twitter account.

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