Kapil Sharma lauds MP Santosh for Green Challenge


Rama Krishna Sangem

Popular stand up comedian, actor and TV show host Kapil Sharma joined BRS Rajya Sabha member J Santosh Kumar in planting a sapling in Dadasaheb Phalke Chitranagari Film City, Goregoan, Mumbai, May 11, Thursday. Recently, Kapil Sharma posted a video of he and with his children planting a sapling in response to Green India Challenge (GIC), launched by Santosh.

They met in Mumbai and planted trees. Speaking on the occasion, Sharma said: “Green challenge is a wonderful call, in which I wish all of us should participate. I particularly appeal to all those who watch my show on TV should plant at least a sapling this rainy season. That’s the only way we can save our mother nature. This is the high time we save our mother nature”.

Kapil Sharma linked a hearty laughter to greenery. “Only when we get enough oxygen, we can think positively, and only a positive mind can make us smile or laugh heartily. So, it is our duty to promote trees and protect greenery on our planet,” said he. Dadasaheb Phalke Film City is one of the oldest and biggest film cities in India. Located in natural ambiance, this film studio is visited by large number of visitors every day.

Rama Krishna Sangem

Ramakrishna chief editor of excel India online magazine and website

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