Juhi Chawla Shares an Amazing Way To Save Water and protect Environment

Bollywood actress who impressed us from films like Darr, Ishq and Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak is none other than Juhi Chawla who is now the crusader for organic produce.

Yesterday, we heard that she sent mangoes to all her friends in Bollywood from Yahvi farm in Maharashtra. Well, she is very enthusiastic about saving the environment. So, along with mangoes, she sent a note saying, “Nothing spells summer indulgence like mangoes.”

And, now Juhi has come up with another eco-friendly idea and this one for farmers of the country. She educates and encourages people to practice organic farming and save water. So, she shares the new technique of farming that can help to save a lot of water too.

Juhi Chawla took to Twitter to share the beautiful way to save water and wrote: "In Indonesia,banana tree trunks are used for growing veggies. They dont need watering as this contains plenty of moisture. After harvesting, the trunk decomposes and enriches the soil. Pls share this,let our farmers too learn this beautiful and amazing way of of saving water "

Check out her tweet here:

On the professional front, Juhi Chawla will reunite with Shah Rukh Khan after almost a decade for Anand L. Rai's next.

According to reports, "Juhi has been roped in for a cameo in the SRK-starrer. Post the launch of his TV show on Thursday evening, SRK is rumored to have shot with Juhi and the shoot went on till the wee hours of the morning."

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by Admin | Thu, Jun 14 - 03:55 PM

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