The initiative by our honourable Prime minister @narendramodi to eliminate the usage of “single use plastic “is formidable and as citizens of not just our incredible nation but also of the world we have to support this extremely important cause ....our environment defines us.....— Karan Johar (@karanjohar) August 28, 2019
Producer-director Karan Johar has always managed to add entertainment to people’s lives with his films. Johar has taken initiatives to raise his opinions and support various causes. He never shies away Karan Johar from having his wise take on many changes made by Prime Minister Narendra Modi led government. After Aamir Khan, now Karan Johar also took some effort to appreciate the decision made by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to ban single usage of plastic.
As Prime Minister Modi spoke from the Red Fort, New Delhi, on the occasion of India 73rd Independence Day, he urged people to take the initiative of eliminating the usage of ‘single use plastic’. Karan Johar took to his Twitter to spread the awareness on the same. Karan Johar’s tweet, in brief, mentioned that it is necessary to support this cause initiated by the honorable Prime Minister as the environment defines us. Karan’s tweet clearly reveals he supports the Prime Minister’s cause and so being the citizens of the country and the world also we must support this extremely important move. Check out Karan Johar’s tweet below:
Karan was recently in tabloids for his controversy related to his house party that saw many Bollywood celebrities as guests. Work-wise, Karan Johar has been busy with his upcoming projects and recently brought the remake rights to Vijay Deverakonda’s film Dear Comrade. The producer will make his directorial comeback with film Takht, a historical period drama which will star Kareena Kapoor Khan, Vicky Kaushal, Janhvi Kapoor, Ranveer Singh, Alia Bhatt and Anil Kapoor in pivotal roles.
Image source: Instagram/ Karan Johar
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