Sachin Joshi joins hands with PETA
Thursday, August 07, 2014 15:02 IST
By Santa Banta News Network
A very famous proverb is that Animals are a man's best friend. Bollywood actor, sports enthusiast and Entrepreneur Sachiin Joshi showcased just that at PVR Juhu!

Sachiin Joshi joined hands with People for the ethical treatment of animals (PETA) to bring awareness among people that animals are to be loved and taken care of and not killed or exploited for personal reasons. Interestingly Sachiin himself is a vegetarian which fitted the cause perfectly.

Wednesday evening witnessed Sachiin Joshi unveiling the new PETA ad in which he appears with a baby chick oh his shoulder while showing off his super fit upper body to help give animals the gift of life. On asking how he felt about supporting a charity like PETA and his take on vegetarianism,he quoted, "PETA wale vegetarians ko dhoondhte rehte hai and aise hi unhone mujhe bhi dhondh hi liya! But jokes apart, it's a privilege to be a part of an organization like PETA and being vegetarian by birth I feel even close to the cause. I am proud to be a vegetarian and be associated with PETA. After a lot of learning and reading involved I have come to a conclusion that vegetarians have more options to stay fit especially when it comes to proteins since there are about 30 odd pulses available in the market today."

Talking about the fact that vegetarians can't have a lean body Sachiin explains, "It's a total myth and look at my body (pointing towards my ad campaign) ,killing animals for any reason is a wrong thing to do which is against humanity. Being a vegetarian has its advantages like you will always have a good skin, you will age slower and healthier."

Sachiin Joshi also promoted his upcoming movie which is the Telugu remake of Aashiqui 2 called Nee Jathaga Nenundali starring actress Nazia Hussain which release on August 15th 2014. Sachiin Joshi a man with a golden heart on eve of his birthday requested people to go vegetarian with healthy diet and healthy lifestyle.
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