PETA India honored John Abraham, always raised voice for animals

  • Bollywood actor John abraham Has made everyone crazy with his performance. Also, people are also fans of his generosity.

    John has been awarded the Person of the Year Award for 2020 by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA).

    In 2020, the actor requested the e-retailer Quikr to stop trading live animals.

    Over the years, he has worked extensively with PETA India.

  • John did many things with PETA India

  • John has also worked with PETA India to ban animals used in the circus.

    Apart from this, he has also voiced opposition to dancing of monkeys and other animals in Mumbai.

    Not only this, he has also requested advertisements or campaigns not to lock birds in cages. He has appealed to the people to free the birds from the cage.

  • Always voiced

    John-PETA India Director has always voiced animals

  • “John Abraham has been voicing the interest of animals under PETA India since the beginning,” said Sachin Bangera, PETA India’s director of celebrity and public relations.

    Sachin further said, “If a bird is suffering in a cage, a puppy is being brutally sold or animals are in danger in any part of the world, we are committed to protecting them.”

  • These celebrities also got respect

  • It is worth noting that apart from John, the recipient of this honor was politician Shashi Tharoor, former Supreme Court judge KS Panikkar Radhakrishnan, cricketer Virat Kohli, Actress Anushka Sharma, Sunny Leone, Sonam Kapoor, Kapil Sharma, Hema Malini, R Madhavan and Jacqueline Fernandez.

  • Work front

    John is in discussion about these films

  • Talking about John Abraham’s film career, at this time he has a line of projects.

    He will soon be seen in Mohit Suri’s ‘Ek Villain 2’. The film may be released in January next year.

    After this he will also be seen in ‘Satyamev Jayate 2’. Divya Kumar Khosla will be seen as the lead actress in this film.

    Apart from this, he will also be seen in ‘Mumbai Saga’, ‘Pathan’ and ‘Attack’.



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