Hrithik Roshan and AR Rahman will take over radio airwaves this September as part of a plan to reach seven billion people in seven days across the world to take the message of the United Nations’ goals to end poverty, fight inequalities and tackle climate change by 2030.
A R Rahman and Hrithik Roshan
Using radio, the world’s most accessible medium, a major UK-based charity has called on commercial radios across the world to join forces with celebrities talking about the campaign. Hrithik and Rahman are the two celebrities that have been roped in by an Indian radio station that is part of the UN campaign.
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