Watch Celebrities Extending Their Support To The Behtar India Initiative

Behtar India

Several Bollywood celebrities and eminent personalities have come up to support the Behtar India campaign and motivated the children to recycle and re-use the waste 

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Several Bollywood celebrities and eminent personalities have supported the Behtar India campaign and motivated children to recycle and re-use the waste that we generate in our daily schedule to make out country cleaner and more beautiful. 

Behtar India is a distinctive collaborative responsibility campaign that strings together Corporates, Schools and individuals by catalyzing progressive action towards a sustainable India, a Behtar India, through work in the fields of health, environment, and hygiene.

Actor Rajkumar Rao has shared his message in support of the initiative saying, " I request all children out there to support this campaign and re-use and recycle all the waste to make this country a better place and make our India a 'behtar' India"

Writer and Journalist, Rana Ayyub also voiced her support and said, " More  and more school children should come out in support of the recycling and actually make it a behtar India."

Actress and fitness expert Shilpa Shetty, supporting the initiative also asked the children to recycle to have a better environment. 

Also, actress Athiya Shetty also supported the  Behtar India campaign and said, " I think we should all start from a young age from the schools and learn to be responsible to take care of our environment."

The Campaign brings together different sections of the society to work hand in hand towards achieving tangible on-ground results. It empowers people and organization to act at the local level and yet makes a global impact.

The second edition of the Behtar India campaign, which has been conceptualized by DHFL Pramerica Life Insurance Company and is being jointly implemented by DHFL Pramerica team, Republic TV, and Charities Aid Foundation.

Watch actor Rajkumar Rao, journalist Rana Ayyub, actress and fitness expert Shilpa Shetty and actress Athiya Shetty extending their support to the Behtar India initiative and motivating children to recycle and re-use the waste. 

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