Anushka Sharma wishes a ‘PAWsitive’ Diwali for all

Anushka Sharma has urged fans to celebrate Diwali with complete fervour, but by keeping in mind that animals and birds are very sensitive to the loud noise of crackers.

By: IANS | Mumbai | Updated: October 27, 2016 2:28 pm
anushkil sharma, ae dil hai mushkil, diwali Anushka Sharma will appear in Karan Johar’s Ae Dil Hai Mushkil. The film will release on October 28.

Actress Anushka Sharma has urged fans to celebrate Diwali with complete fervour, but by keeping in mind that animals and birds are very sensitive to the loud noise of crackers. In a video shared on her Twitter account, Anushka said, “It’s time your furry friends stopped hiding in some corner and joined you in your Diwali celebrations. Have a PAWsitive Diwali.” The video features Anushka, seated on a sofa, saying that humans can definitely communicate their problems but animals can’t and so one needs to be a little sensitive and make Diwali comfortable and happy for all.

“I can scream stop and someone can help me and turn off this annoying and irritating sound. Unfortunately, animals don’t have a voice, so they cannot communicate for themselves. Diwali is a very difficult time for them. I really want to request you all to help animals and birds by celebrating a noise free and pollution free Diwali. It is a festival of lights, so let’s light up everyone’s life. Wish you all a very happy Diwali and a very positive Diwali,” she added.

Watch the adorable video of Anushka Sharma here:

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Anushka has been vocal about her love for her furry friends every now and then. Earlier, she also shared a video with her dog in which she sang ‘Bulleya’ from her upcoming film, Ae Dil Hai Mushkil, and his reaction to the song made everyone’s heart melt like a chocolate. Presently, the actor has completed the shoot of her upcoming film, The Ring, with Shah Rukh Khan in Bulgaria and is busy promoting ADHM extensively. Now, since only a day is left for the release of Karan Johar directorial, the team is leaving no stone unturned to make sure that its effect remains constant on the audience at least till its opening weekend.