"Randeep Hooda Celebrates World Wildlife Day, Urge Authorities To Find Alternative Route For Rail Project".
Along with being a stunning performer, actor Randeep Hooda is also an avid eco-warrior. The actor keeps updating his social media profile with awareness posts and his concern for the environment.
Randeep Hooda just took to his social media profile and wished everyone on World Wildlife Day and also urged authorities and fans to about rail expansion projects which could potentially destroy 55k trees from protected areas.
The actor tweeted, “Happy #WorldWildlifeDay, now that I have your attention; 3 unthought-out linear projects are potentially destroying more than 55K trees from a protected areas in the biodiversity hotpot #WesternGhats. The main impact will be on #Mollem NP and #BhagwanMahaveer Wildlife sanctuary”
“Finding alternate alignments should be our first priority. Between financial viability of projects, if shifted to alternate alignment AND feasibility of impact on climate change due to linear infra projects, we obviously have to choose the one with long term goals in mind”
“The Western Ghats are 150 million old, one of the (only) 36 biodiversity hotspots in the world. The protected area is rich in flora and fauna with the presence of scheduled and endangered species. We should find ways to go around this precious area @PiyushGoyal @nitin_gadkari” read the full thread.
Meanwhile, on the work front, Hooda made his Hollywood debut with the American action-thriller film Extraction starring Chris Hemsworth and Goldshifteh Farahani.
Hooda is appearing in Radhe a Salman Khan film and Unfair & Lovely opposite Ileana D'Cruz, a social satire on the fad with fairness. Both the films are slated to be released in 2021.