Act Most Inhumane: Anushka, Alia on Kerala Elephant’s Killing

A pregnant elephant died in Kerala after she was fed a pineapple stuffed with firecrackers. 

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Bollywood celebs have expressed shock over the incident.
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A pregnant elephant who died in Kerala after firecrackers exploded in her mouth which was allegedly left by the locals, has sparked outage in social media. Celebrities have also taken to Twitter and and Instagram to express shock over the incident.

Sharing the news, Anushka Sharma wrote that stricter laws should be in place against animal cruelty.

Act Most Inhumane: Anushka, Alia on Kerala Elephant’s Killing

Absolutely shocked over this brutal incident, Alia Bhatt wrote on Instagram, “We need to be their voice and coexist! Is this meant to be some kind of sick joke??”

Act Most Inhumane: Anushka, Alia on Kerala Elephant’s Killing

Tagging Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan and other concerned authorities, Randeep Hooda wrote on Twitter, “An act most #inhumane to will fully feed a pineapple full of fire crackers to friendly wild pregnant #Elephant is just unacceptable..strict action should be taken against the culprits”.

Shraddha Kapoor tweeted, “How?????? How can something like this happen??? Do people not have hearts??? My heart has shattered and broken... The perpetrators need to be punished in the STRICTEST way”.

Rajkummar Rao shared Shraddha’s tweet and demanded strict action against the perpetrators.

Actor Vidyut Jammwal questioned whether this is the new world post COVID-19.

Bengali filmmaker Srijit Mukherji wrote that humans deserve the virus.

Here’s what Varun Grover said:

Here’s what other celebs have to say:

Act Most Inhumane: Anushka, Alia on Kerala Elephant’s Killing

The wild elephant had left the forest, and was wandering in the nearby village in search of food. The explosion had badly injured her tongue and mouth and the elephant walked around the village, in searing pain and in hunger before dying.

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