Farhan Akhtar Expresses Concern Over Mumbai Pollution In His Latest Post

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Farhan Akhtar is not just a Bollywood celebrity but also an aware and sensitive citizen of the nation. expressed concern over the rising level of pollution in Mumbai while on his cycling routine.

Bollywood’s multi-talented star Farhan Akhtar’s timeline is reflective of his take on the social happenings of not just the city but also the country.

Farhan Akhtar is known to voice his opinions on the social issues, the actor has yet again put forth his opinion to make a difference using his social media.

As the actor took to his routine today, Farhan Akhtar expressed distress over the pollution level of Mumbai.

The actor shared a picture of the map he toured on cycle for expressing his worry. He also shared a picture of the levels of pollution saying, “No matter how stressed you get, DO NOT take a deep breath.. #MumbaiAirPollution #nowwhat”.

Farhan Akhtar further added, “This poison is being inhaled by kids waiting for the school bus, by senior citizens going for a morning walk, by traffic police manning junctions .. but the hardest hit are the poor families living on our streets. There’s no getting indoors for them. #MumbaiAirPollution #nowwhat”.

Be it the cause of women welfare through MARD (Men against rape and discrimination) or environmental issues, Farhan Akhtar never shies away from taking an initiative. The latest being the concern over pollution.

Earlier Farhan Akhtar took to social media to express his opinions on various social issues like Honour Killing in the case of Ankit Saxena, Haryana Rape case etc. The sensitive actor always tries to make his followers aware of the social happenings via his social media posts.

As an extension to his MARD campaign, Farhan Akhtar is currently touring the nation for Farhan Akhtar Live.

On the work front, Farhan Akhtar is currently prepping for his upcoming productions ‘3 Storeys and ‘Gully Boy’. The filmmaker also currently wrapped the shoot of ‘Gold’.