‘Climate change’ will be tackled in cinema by Alia Bhatt

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‘Climate change’ will be tackled in cinema by Alia Bhatt. In order to spread awareness about climate change through the use of cinema, Alia Bhatt and Eternal Sunshine, the production company of the actress, have partnered with the All Living Things Environmental Film Festival 2023 in India. 

She expressed her immense gratitude for being a part of this powerful initiative, since Alia is a vocal advocate for environmental issues and has been highly vocal about them in the past.

The actress, who is a part of Pinkvilla, has been quoted in the site as saying: “Cinema is more than just an entertainment medium. It’s a powerful tool for sparking important conversations, and the festival is a great amalgamation of both.”.

It was the Gangubai actress who spoke of her production house, adding that she wants to bring stories that will engage the audience, make them think, or make them change in any way that she can. 

Alia continued, “For us at Eternal, it’s such a pleasure to be supporting a festival that is committed to telling compelling stories in an environmentally conscious manner while promoting meaningful social and political change.”

The experience will serve as an instrumental learning experience for us as young producers, and we are looking forward to taking the next step in fulfilling this vision,” she concluded. 

During this year, Bhatt marked a significant presence on a number of international platforms as she marked her last appearance in Karan Johar’s blockbuster movie, Rocky Aur Rani Kii Prem Kahaani.

In the midst of a great career, the 33-year-old actress is currently at the top of her game, as she made her Hollywood debut with the movie Heart of Stone and now she has been named the first Indian global brand ambassador for Gucci.

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