One celebrity that has always won our hearts is Jackie Shroff. He has always been loved by netizens for his frank attitude. Unlike many celebrities, he speaks from his heart, and that’s the reason why so many people across the internet adore him. He never shies away from showing his real self to his fans and that makes him much more popular among the masses.
But, other than his bhidu-accent and heart-touching personality, one more thing that we love about Jackie Shroff is his love for mother nature and farming.
Recently, an old video of him advocating for people to plant trees in his authentic bhidu style went viral. What people loved the most about this video was how Jackie Shroff could be seen spreading awareness about the environment in a simple language that resonates with the common man.
In this video, you can hear Jackie Shroff talking about the importance of planting trees. While explaining his viewpoint about planting trees he says, “Jhaad laga ke maine koi upkar nahin kiya Hindustan pe na duniya pe.” He further adds, “Sab ka kaam hai lagane ka, lagao. Nahin lagaane ka hai, toh maro chalke, kyunki wahi hone wala hai. Humein apne bache ke bache ka sochne ka hai; Apun toh addha kabar mein hai!”
Many netizens came forward to applaud Jackie Shroff and his relatable style to convey such an important message. After watching the viral video, here’s what netizens wrote:
“He exudes cool. Love his personality. A very charitable kind hearted man too.”, wrote a fan. Another user wrote, “You need someone like Jackie bhai to spread the word about environment. Spoke truly from the heart and in a language which will resonate with the common man. Bacchon ki socho bhailog!!”
“Sahi bol raha hai bidu”, wrote a fan. Another fan wrote “Best thing about Jackie is, He never tries to be something he is not, he is simple honest..Beedu sahi hai!!”
A netizen wrote, “He is a straightforward guy!️” “Best person jackie dada! Passed good message!”, wrote another. Someone also wrote, “Jaggu dada…aap hamesha eise bat karte rahe….we love u biru…”