'Gunday' star Arjun Kapoor believes that after reaching a 'certain level' in their career, actors want to give back to society. And he is happy to be able to contribute towards conservation of the environment.
Arjun Kapoor. Pic/PTI
"WWF have showcased their immense work over the years. I thought that a collaboration with such an organisation would be correct as I thought there would be value for what they say. The bigger picture is the cause and not me in the cause," Arjun, the brand ambassador for WWF - India, said.
"I'm fortunate that they chose me out of all the actors they could've signed. I'm very happy because an actor wants to give back and do something after reaching a certain level. I couldn't have had a better opportunity to speak about conserving the world," he added.
The 30-year-old believes everyone can contribute.
"You can become a part of WWF in a very small way and without spending too much money. If you turn the tap off while brushing teeth or turn off electricity before leaving home, you can become a part of WWF," he said.
On the film front, Arjun will next be seen in 'Ki and Ka'.
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