Video: Pooja Jhaveri asks her followers for support to save nature.
The known actress Pooja Jhaveri just shared a beautiful self made video with a self-written poem. Sara Bhai actress is always popular among us for her work but today she came with an amazing video describing her love for nature. In the video, Pooja is seen walking near the sea face, saying us about how the world around us has changed after the lockdown. According to her, this change is surely a blessing to all. Now again we can have that fresh air in the morning, no pollution and no damages to nature. She asks all her fans and followers if they are with her in making sure to save nature from further pollution. She pledges to stop people from damaging the environment even after things get normal.
Pooja Jhaveri shared her clip and captioned the post with, “So I have waited to do this for a very long time… a small video with a recitation of what I have written…. although the video here was very impromptu…. nothing planned and just a self-shot one!
But here is something I want to convey to everyone as we enter into the 4th phase of lockdown and most of us are gonna start moving and going out…. watch it till the end… #letsstriveforabetterfuture .
How fast did we grow up…?
Spent all my life at this place,
It never looked like this ever before
The wind blew a little differently,
Unleashing my hair in a happy wave,
The smell of this sand.. did it always smell this way? or did I just missed The contemplation
The fresh air that dashed on my cheeks
Felt like the real makeup making me feel lighter than ever before
Now this is exactly what I have been missing on… all my life….
the sun is shining brighter,
Everything is making me happy like never before. I want to live in this world…
A world less chiaotic,
Life in slow motion.
Feel every bit of the calm
And take every ounce of happiness home
Besides this forever dangling thing on my neck (the mask)
I have no qualms!
I want to live here forever…..
P.S: shot, edited, written, recited by myself, no lockdown rules were broken.”