October 2, 2014 5:41:09 pm
Filmmaker Subhash Ghai showed his support towards the Clean India initiative by launching a campaign at his Whisting Woods International Film School with superstar Hrithik Roshan, while actress Priyanka Chopra urges fellow countrymen to endorse it for their own benefit.
If Prime Minister Narendra Modi symbolically wielded the broom Thursday to launch a nationwide campaign that aims to clean up India in five years, Bollywood personalities came forward to endorse his move for better India.
Subhash Ghai and Hrithik Roshan led Clean India camapaing with students and employees of Whistlingwoods film city
Here is what the B-town has to say:
Vikram Bhatt: Thought first, then word and finally action. Action without thought will never last. Need to clean the thought first. #SwachhBharat
Hema Malini: Gandhi Jayanti today – let us all follow our PM about keeping our country clean & hygienic. Swachch Bharat should be our aim now!
Dia Mirza: #LalBahadurShashtri #MahatmaGandhi Your birth anniversary is being celebrated by this pledge we take. #CleanIndia #SwachhBharat
Priyanka Chopra: Every action we take will be important .I want to make the change. I want a clean India .It’s time to clean up our act. #CleanIndiaCampaign
If we dont get involved & support this campaign, nothing can happen. But if we come together we can make a difference. #CleanIndiaCampaign
There is no time like the present to begin the journey towards change. Recognise that we R doing this for ourselves #CleanIndiaCampaign
I humbly accept respected Prime Minster Narendra Modiji’s challenge. This is an idea that is long overdue #CleanIndiaCampaign @PMOIndia.
Suchitra Krishnamurthy: 1.Toilets for all 2. Spitting to be made criminal offense 3. Eco friendly garbage disposal.
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