Randeep Hooda saves a baby eagle

Mumbai: Recently, while actor Randeep Hooda was heading to the Mahalaxmi racecourse to tame his horses, he saw a couple of taxi drivers on the road holding an injured baby eagle.

He paid the taxi drivers a couple of thousand bucks and then called a vet he knew to the race course.

Since eagles come under endangered species, Hooda knew he could not keep it for long. So he asked the vet to take it, treat it, and hand it over to the SPCA (Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals). The eagle had stopped bleeding by then and the actors prompt action saved its life.