Watch: Alia Bhatt Writes a Poem for Earth Day 2020

Alia wrote a little poem expressing her feelings about Earth Day.

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Alia Bhatt has been taking creative writing lessons online during this period of lockdown, and on Earth Day, the actor shared a piece of her writing with everyone. Alia wrote a poem titled ‘Today and every day,’ and shared her thoughts on preserving Earth and its resources, especially in such difficult times.

Sharing a video of her reciting the poem, she says in the video, “Today is Earth Day and I’ve written little poem expressing the way I feel about it, today and every day.”

Shilpa Shetty too wished her fans on Earth Day by sharing a video of herself meditating in her garden. “Let's pledge to conserve our resources, plant more trees, educate ourselves and those around us, choose a sustainable way of life and adopt the mantra of 'reduce-reuse-recycle' as best as we can. It's high time we did our bit too,” read an excerpt from her post. Take a look:

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I take a few minutes off of my day, to just sit here and meditate so I can connect with nature and take in the beauty of our Mother Earth. It costs nothing, but the price we pay when we misuse it is way too high. The ability to breathe fresh air, eat clean, or have drinkable water is often taken for granted. It’s no wonder that while we are all indoors, the earth is healing 🌍 So, on the 50th Earth Day today; let’s pledge to conserve our resources, plant more trees, educate ourselves & those around us, choose a sustainable way of life, and adopt the mantra of ‘reduce-reuse-recycle’ as best as we can. It’s high time we did our bit too! . . . . . #SwasthRahoMastRaho #EarthDay2020 #EarthDay #MotherNature #stayhomestaysafe

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Earth Day completed 50 years on this day, as it was first celebrated in 1970. Till now, more than 190 countries celebrate earth day and pledge to save their environment.

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