Sid is doing his bit for the environment. At least someone in B-town thinks it's important Image: Twitter
At the onset, let's just make it clear that we are not particularly fond of the idea that someone gets to go on a date with Sidharth Malhotra. We had made our peace with it when the buzz was about Alia Bhatt, but anyone else needs to go over our dead bodies. Okay, that was an exaggeration.
But we're going to make another exception — actually two — for these two gorgeous ladies, Maya and Phoolkali, who got to spend a sunny, sunny day with Siddy boy. And we're doing this strictly because these are two giant cuddle-balls we want to hug right away.
So, April 16 is celebrated as the #SaveTheElephantDay, and Sid was just doing his bit for the environment when he took it upon himself to spread awareness about it. At least one Bollywood actor is thinking about restoration and rehabilitation of wildlife, amirite? He was at the Wildlife SOS Elephant Conservation and Care Centre in Mathura, Uttar Pradesh, where he interacted with the beautiful Maya and Phoolkali, and spoke about it at length on an Instagram video, "Rehabilitated, nurtured and loved at @wildlifesos 🐘 #SaveTheElephantDay."
Team #WildlifeSOS was extremely happy to play host to the supremely talented actor & well-known animal lover, @s1dofficial who visited the #ElephantConservationandCareCenter today to celebrate #SaveTheElephantDay! It was encouraging to see him take the time out of his busy schedule to especially come and interact with our staff members, learn all about our rescued elephants & interact with our beautiful tusker, Gajraj who was rescued in June last year when the actor had bought attention to his plight by taking on his social media platforms! . . . . . . #savetheelephantday #asianelephants #conservation #awareness #indianactor #celebrityengagement #sidharthmalhotra #animallover #elephantsinindia #wildlife #elephantrescuecenter #mathura #uttarpradesh
He was seen meeting the staff members of the NGO, learning all about the rescued elephants who're housed in the facility. Back in June last year, Sid had taken to social media to bring some much-needed attention to the plight of Gajraj, a gorgeous tusker who was rescued by Wildlife SOS. So it was only fair to extend his association a little further to celebrate #SaveTheElephantDay, isn't it?