Mumbai: To mark World Kids’s Day on November 20, numerous Indian celebrities are doing their bit to assist UNICEF fulfil the aim of the special occasion devoted to kids the world over. Whereas UNICEF goodwill ambassador Priyanka Chopra Jonas has spoken to a 16-year-old scholar, Aditya, who’s working in the direction of the elimination of single-use plastic in India and has urged everybody to reimagine a extra sustainable world, as a UNICEF superstar advocate, Ayushmann Khurrana has urged folks to forestall violence towards kids.
Indian actors Boman Irani and Darasing Khurana are additionally a part of a particular occasion organised by UNICEF India, as keynote audio system, whereby they’ll communicate on the results of local weather change on kids and the way the COVID-19 pandemic has affected kids the world over.
Earlier than the occasion, Darasing, like Priyanka and Ayushmann, additionally took to social media to spotlight the significance of the day and a sustainable planet. He urged the youth to be a part of UNICEF’s initiative and recommend concepts to cut back the affect of local weather change to make earth extra sustainable.
In the meantime, UNICEF India has partnered with Rise Infinity Basis (RIF), Pink Is the New Inexperienced (RING), Nationwide Service Scheme and YuWaah for the occasion, with ‘Local weather Motion’ as its theme. The occasion, which can begin at 7 pm, will start with addresses by actor-photographer Boman Irani, who will speak on the position of kids as instrumental changemakers in tackling the local weather disaster and actor-Mr India Worldwide 2018 Darasing Khurana, who can also be the Model Ambassador for DATRI, an India-based blood stem cell donors registry and recipient of Dada Saheb Phalke Award 2020.
The occasion can even characteristic performances by widespread singer from Assam Rahul Rajkhowa and former navy officer-turned-professional clown Pravin Tulpule. Aside from this, iconic monuments and historic buildings just like the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus, the headquarter of the Municipal Company of Higher Mumbai in Maharashtra, Rashtrapati Bhavan, Prime Minister’s Workplace (North and South Block), Parliament Home and Qutub Minar in New Delhi will probably be lit up in blue as a part of the #GoBlue marketing campaign as a show of solidarity for little one rights and the affect of Covid-19 and local weather change on the lives of kids the world over.