World Conservation Day: Mahesh Babu talks about protecting Mother Earth and conserving resources

Celebrated on 28th July, World Conservation Day is a day observed to increase awareness about adapting practices to protect and conserve natural resources; Superstar Mahesh Babu took his social media to urge to protect nature amid troubled times.
Written By Akanksha Sridhara | Updated: July 28, 2020 15:30 IST
World Conservation Day: Mahesh Babu talks about protecting Mother Earth and conserving resources

Every year, on 28th July, we observe World Conservation Day to promote sustainable living and practices to conserve natural resources. With a threat of climate change and global warming, the idea of conservation has become a matter of the grave importance. On this World Conservation Day, Actor Mahesh Babu says, "Let's save the World. THINK GREEN." Mahesh took to his social media to write a note about protecting our Mother Earth.

 
Mahesh Babu wrote “Save water, recycle, manage waste, use renewable energy, reduce plastic usage. Choose one to start!! While we protect ourselves during this global crisis, let's remember to conserve and protect nature too. Change begins at home! #WorldNatureConservationDay."
 
Mahesh also shared a poster that promotes clean energy and sustainable living.
 
On the work front, Mahesh Babu is gearing up to star in Sakaru Vaari Paata. The film sheds light on the issue of bank fraud. Rumour has it that the team of Sakaru Vaari Paata has finalized Keerthy Suresh as the female lead. Mahesh is also making his debut as a producer with the Adivi Sesh and Sobhita Dhulipala starrer Major directed by Sashi Kiran Tikka. Mahesh Babu will also work on a film with director SS Rajamouli soon.
 
Meanwhile, Mahesh Babu and his family have been spending quality time together. Mahesh and his wife, Namrata Shirodkar often share photos and videos of all the fun activities the family enjoys together. From swimming to reading to watching films together, the family has been keeping it fun and chill amid the coronavirus lockdown.
 


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