Sonakshi Sinha comes ahead to promote Tiger protection campaign


The TV campaign “where the Tigers Rule”  that protects and conserves the tiger population in India,will be greeted by Bollywood actress @sonakshisinha on the wildlife channel.

The channel has announced its fifth annual campaign, where Sonakshi will be the face of the  campaign.

 “Danger Se Darr Nahi Lagta Endangered Se Lagta Hai”

Sonakshi said in a statement, revealing her   long held emotion on the tiger population in India.

The campaign will have the “Dabangg” actress encouraging viewers to watch the month long programming on tigers and will relate her affection and dependence on her mother to a cub’s love for their mother.

“I believe that humans have to respect other species and their habitats and adapt to co-exist. My parents took me to a national park to see a tiger and I would certainly love to take my children one day and show them this magnificent creature,” Sonakshi said.

Starting from March 1, the channel will telecast the campaingn show with an unprecedented access into the lives, habitats and behaviour of various tiger species to the viewers.

The show will bring to fore stories of tigers, their co-existence with humans, the threatening environment and the conservation efforts of leading experts from India and around the world.

The show is shooted at India’s magnificent forests, grasslands and protection reserves, including Madhya Pradesh’s Kanha and Bandhavgarh National Parks, Uttarakhand’s Jim Corbett National Park, Rajasthan’s Sariska and Ranthambore National Parks, West Bengal’s Sunderbans and Maharashtra’s Tadoba.

“My entire team feels deeply gratified that the tiger population in India has increased in the last few years. Our ‘Where Tigers Rule’ campaign attempts to bring attention to the imminent danger to tigers and to sensitise millions of viewers through breathtaking programming,” said Rahul Johri, Executive Vice President and General Manager, South Asia, Discovery Networks Asia-Pacific.

wefornews bureau

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