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Warina Hussain Takes Part In Green India Initiative, Starts By Planting Trees In Her Backyard-Check out the video now

Step outside your home and we guarantee you won’t be far from a tree; unless you live in the desert, of course. And while they’re all pretty and wonderful to look at, their importance stems far beyond beauty. Bollywood stars not only talk about their celebrity status, but many have taken the initiative and talked about environmental conservation. And now, actress Warina Hussain embarks on a really thoughtful gesture of planting trees.

Ecosystem degradation is already affecting the well-being of at least 3.2 billion people—40% of the world’s population. Speaking on the occasion, Warina talked about the importance of planting and protecting trees to save the environment. The beauty appealed to the people that everyone should start taking the initiative to make the country green and clean. The actor took this wonderful initiative and posted a video on her Instagram where she is seen planting parijat, soonchampa, and saptaparni trees in her backyard along with her friends. Warina’s favorite tree is the Saptaparni, and did you know? BMC has also suggested planting saptaparni trees. She captioned this post, “small steps towards a greener plant. I believe the change starts from your own backyard ”

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Indeed, Warina Hussain never lets go of a chance to up her love for greens.

On the work front, Warina just wrapped up the shoot of her upcoming comedy film, Dil Bill which is produced by the makers of films like Tanu weds Manu , madari and thalaivi. Days back news of her being opposite Junior NTR in a Telugu film was also making the rounds. At the present the actress is busy shooting in Mumbai for her upcoming movie, in a chat session with her fans, she was asked about the film’s details to which she dropped a hint of its announcement with a wink saying “ can’t tell u the date but… before October ends”

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