In a world abundant with choices, some individuals opt for kindness, embracing it as a distinguished emblem of their character. What transpires when people consciously select kindness? They emit its essence to all those in their vicinity, serving as a wellspring of inspiration, profoundly impacting lives, and enhancing their quality. Today, we delve into a paramount subject: Animal welfare. In the midst of our bustling lives, where personal moments are a rarity, dedicating even a brief interlude of compassion to the voiceless demonstrates a gesture worthy of commendation and discourse.
Consequently, we present to you a compilation featuring television personalities who transcend their demanding schedules, allotting time to tend to stray animals, provide sustenance, and, most importantly, bestow their kindness upon them.
Rupali Ganguly, a remarkable actress who has captivated the realm of television with her exceptional portrayal in Star Plus' series "Anupamaa," stands not only as a monarch on the TRP charts but also holds a special place in the hearts of those who lack a voice. She consistently goes beyond the ordinary to extend her care to these voiceless beings. Rupali's affection for stray dogs is a well-known facet of her character. Amidst her commitments, she ensures that all the dogs on the "Anupamaa" set are well-fed, and her genuine warmth and affection towards them are unmistakable.
Megha Chakraborty, also known as Imlie to many, is another popular television face who has time and spoken of the importance of being kind to stray animals. The actress makes sure she feeds every dog on the sets of her show and was also spotted by our cameras feeding the dogs on the sets of Imlie with her own hands. Megha also requested people to help the voiceless with food and asked everyone to be kind to them.
Star Plus' show Faltu's Ayaan, aka Aakash Ahuja, takes special care of the cats on the sets of his show. He carries cat food along with him in his car every day and feeds the cats on the sets of the show even before he himself has lunch.
Popularly known as Nimki Mukhiya, Bhumika Gurung is often seen sharing pictures with cute doggos on her social media handles. The actress would ensure all the dogs on the sets of her show 'Nimki Mukhiya' were well fed and cared for.
Kamya shared a clip of her on her Instagram handle a few months back where the actress was seen feeding the monkeys on the sets of her show. On the last day of her shoot, the actress revealed that she would feed them daily and will now miss feeding them. This video was truly beautiful.
It is these acts of kindness directed towards the voiceless that truly elevate the stature of these actors. Most importantly, we aspire for a multitude of their admirers and supporters to embrace their principles and opt to create a meaningful impact.