Sonakshi Sinha encourages fans to replant and adopt trees that were uprooted due to Cyclone Tauktae – Eagles Vine

Mumbai, Actress Sonakshi Sinha has adopted a tree. The initiative comes after a large number of trees were uprooted during the Cyclone Tauktae recently. On Tuesday, Sonakshi shared photographs on Instagram handle where she can be seen watering her adopted plant with her parents Poonam and Shatrughan Sinha.

“Now you can adopt a tree.. or two.. or three!!! Mumbai lost about 2363 trees because of Cyclone Tauktae and about 348 of those were in the K west ward itself kudos to the Assistant Commissioner MCGM K/West ward Mr. Mote and his team at @my_bmc for starting this amazing initiative where conscious people of the community can replant and adopt trees that were uprooted!”, she wrote. She encouraged the residents of Mumbai to come forward and adopt trees.

On the work front, Sonakshi will next be seen in the Ajay Devgn-starrer. The upcoming film also features Sanjay Dutt and Nora Fatehi. It is set against the backdrop of the Indo-Pak war of 1971

The actress is also gearing up for her digital debut with the forthcoming series “Fallen”, where she plays a cop.

The actress is known for her stellar performances in ‘Rowdy Rathore’, ‘Lootera’ and ‘Holiday: A Soldier Is Never Off Duty’.

In a recent interaction with IANS, the actress opened up about climate change. She said, “We end up in the environment we create for ourselves, and we must make sure that it’s beautiful. The current situation around us is making us think hard about climate change, and the kind of effect it has on our planet. As responsible individuals, if we make small sustainable changes to our daily routine then together, we can create a healthier environment to live in.”


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