"I've been brought up with a lot of compassion and just general awareness since I was very little", Bhumi shared, adding that what she missed out on in Mumbai she enjoyed heartily in her grandparents' Jaipur farmhouse.
Bhumi Pednekar has recently come out with a campaign titled "One Wish For The Earth" for World Environment Day, on June 5. I have my friends and peers from the industry who have been kind enough to share their wish. "We have to save the country", Pednekar said. "Change begins with understanding this and learning to co-exist with nature!" The two spoke about what drives them, how they use their platform for change, and why environmental activism is not just for the activists.
At the onset, their conversation highlighted the handsome coincidence of Bhumi's name (which means earth) and what it has so naturally led her to do.
"She concluded her message and said", I am a climate warrior, Are you?" Given the trying times that we are living in and the kind of natural calamities that we are facing, nearly every couple of weeks have been exhausting.
Along with the post, the ' Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi' actor wrote, "This World Environment Day, my #OneWishForTheEarth would be that all of us should treat all the plant and animals species with kindness and equality!"
The actress Bhumi took to her social media profile and dropped a video, launching the spit-free India campaign and urged others to join. Use of the toilet has become the need of the hour and the Toilet: "Ek Prem Katha's love story will now be more useful, village to village, house to house!"
Bhumi's initiative titled, 'One Wish For The Earth' lays emphasis on raising awareness about several important issues that are posing a threat to the climate.
In the video, she is seen saying, "We have to defeat Coronavirus and everyone has to join hands!"
Explaining his one wish to rebuild mother nature, is, as he says: "The simplest act of planting trees". Right from Akshay Kumar, Anushka Sharma, Karan Johar to Amitabh Bachchan, everyone has been participating in Bhumi's noble initiative for the conservation and preservation of nature.