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Vidyut Jammwal extends support to encourage movement for tiger conservation

Vidyut Jammwal

In the video released on Vidyut Jammwal’s social media, he added his own touch to it by doing some moves from the Indian martial arts form Kalaripaattu that he specialises in.

Bollywood hunk Vidyut Jammwal has participated in the new edition of World Wide Fund (WWF) for Nature India (WWF India) initiative called ‘Project C.A.T i.e. Conserving Acres for Tigers’. Its goal is to raise awareness among the audience about the importance of saving the population of the wild tiger.

In the video released on the actor’s social media, he added his own touch to it by doing some moves from the Indian martial arts form Kalaripaattu that he specializes in. They were inspired by the agility and movement of the Tiger. He captioned the video, “Did you know that the various stances in #kalaripayattu are actually named after animals?
There’s so much we can learn from the wild – especially the #tiger! However, these magnificent cats are in need of our help today. While efforts to restore their dwindling numbers are bearing fruit, we need to do more, push more!”

The mission of the initiative is to double up the population of these wild cats by 2022. It was set in motion during the year 2016 and aims to conserve as much as 6 million acres of protected land in India and Bhutan along with other countries for the tigers to have a healthy habitat.

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