On the occasion of World Earth Day, Richa Chadha made a video concocting a few things we can all practice to bring a difference to nature. The actress spoke about why she turned vegan and how the environment gets affected because of the damage caused by large scale meat production. She discussed how we can make basic changes to our lifestyles, so that the benefits of nature we are reaping during this nationwide lockdown, can extend even when everyone gets back to our normal lives, working, going out and whatsoever.
Richa’s minute-long video elucidates simple tips and tricks to help save the earth. The Fukrey actress says that It’s not always about the larger things, small changes and differences can start at home. She tips the viewers on easy habits like making a small space to grow your own herbs or simply replacing plastic bottles with recycled ones. She even suggests avoiding running tap water during brushing or segregating ones home waste or using kitchen scraps as compost for plants.
Richa took to her Instagram to share the video, her caption read “Made a video today for earth day. These things are simple enough even for a 6-year-old but sometimes we tend to forget even the basics that can help contribute. While everyone is busy sharing videos and images of peacocks on roads, dolphins in the sea, clear blue skies. We shouldn’t forget that nature is healing and we must not get back to our old ways when the lockdown is relaxed”.
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It’s EARTH DAY! Woke up and made a video, (simple enough for a 6 year old, but we all tend to forget the basics)! While everyone is busy sharing pictures of peacocks on roads, dolphins in the sea, birds and clear blue skies… Let’s not forget that nature is healing and we must not get back to our old ways once the lockdown is relaxed! Every day is Earth Day! . . . #WorldEarthDay #Earth #SaveThePlanet #RichaChadha #reusereducerecycle #greenliving #planttrees #actorslife
On the professional front, Richa Chadha was last seen in Kangana Ranaut starrer Panga. She will be next seen in Subhash Kapoor‘s political drama Madam Cheif Minister. The film is loosely built on the life Mayawati—the former chief minister of UP and Bahujan Samaj Party supremo.