Tiger Shroff: The Face Of A Global Campaign On Urban Forests

Sugandh chetry
Sugandh chetry

About Tiger Shroff

Jai Hemant Shroff (born 2 March 1990), known as Tiger Shroff, is an Indian actor, martial artist, and dancer known for his work in Hindi films. He is recognised as the ‘Youngest Action Hero Of India’. The son of actor Jackie Shroff and producer Ayesha Dutt, he made his film debut with the 2014 action romantic film Heropanti. Shroff is best known for his commercially successful action films Baaghi (2016) and its sequel Baaghi 2, “Baaghi 3” and War (2019). One of the highest-paid actors in India, he has been featured in Forbes India’s Celebrity 100 list since 2018.

Tiger Shroff becomes the face of a global campaign on urban forests, climate conservation

Rapid industrialization, expansion of cities, and encroachment of farmland and forests have thwarted the natural balance all across the globe. Add to that the reckless consumerism that has poisoned our ecosystem and has pushed many species to the verge of extinction. To say that the threat of climate change and environmental degradation looms large, would be an understatement.

The world is sitting on a ticking time bomb and, as members of the human species, we need to act now before the damage becomes irreversible. Recently, actor Tiger Shroff extended his support to the Bhamla Foundation for the cause of urban afforestation.

The initiative is support by Norwegian diplomat Erik Solheim. Bhamla Foundation has come up with a unique solution to counter the problem, to play a reverse card on the expansion of cities. They aim to strategically work towards the creation and expansion of urban forests and bring climate change under control. Tiger shared his thoughts on climate change and how we can tackle the bull by its horns with the help of this campaign.

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Actors perspective

The actor told IANS, “I feel really honored to be a part of such an important global campaign. With Bhamla Foundation. Because conserving the urban forests and slowing down climate change is the need of the hour. If we want to build a sustainable future for us all.”

He feels that the road to salvation will emerge from the change in our lifestyles and consuming habits. He added, “Even a small change in your lifestyle at home can go a long way in protecting the environment. So I hope to bring as much support from people, especially the youth as I can, for this campaign.”

Solheim also spoke about the work by the foundation. He said, “I am glad to know about the excellent work Bhamla Foundation has done. It has been doing and immensely contributing towards protecting the environment, developing and conservation of urban forests.”

He shared that having Tiger on board will help in bringing about a change. As the campaign will reach out to more people. “Having Tiger Shroff as a youth icon as he is the perfect ambassador. That would drive people especially the youth towards the cause,” he concluded.


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