URVASHI RAUTELA is the Youngest Most Beautiful Woman in the Universe 2017 and the only Actor to win max no. of beauty titles in history ever. On World Environment Day (5th June 2017), She took social media (Instagram) to advocate against the capture and killings of dolphins. The beauty queen is a supporter of Whale and Dolphin Conservation (WDC), a global charity dedicated to the conservation and protection of whales and dolphins.
She starred opposite Sunny Deol in the film Singh Saab The Great which was a plus affair at the box-office. She has appeared in Yo Yo Honey Singh’s international video album LoveDose which released in October 2014.In 2015 and 2016 respectively, She starred in Mr. Airavata and Sanam Re respectively which were box-office hits.
In June 2015 she was signed as the lead actress in the third installment of Masti film series, Great Grand Masti (2016) which she got praise for her role.
Later in October 2016, she signed her second item number in Kaabil (2017) starring along with Hrithik Roshan.
The multi-talented actress Urvashi Rautela shared some pics on her Instagram on the day of World Environment Day (urvashirautelaforever).
She captioned in that, “Oceans, forests, wildlife, the air we breathe -this is our only home. It’s our responsibility to protect & nurture it! #WorldEnvironmentDay
The Hector’s dolphin is one of the rarest dolphin species, with only an estimated 7,400 in existence. This species is found only off the New Zealand coast, where it travels in small, tightly-knit pods. Researchers are still learning more about Hector’s dolphin, which behaves in many ways like other dolphin species but lacks a beak and has a smaller, stockier body shape. These 3-4 foot long dolphins swim slower than other species and tend to stay near to the shoreline, where they subsist on squid and fish.
#love #animals #oceans #forests #wildlife #air ? dolphin .”
She captioned in that, “#Dolphins deserve to be wild & free.?? Dedicated to the welfare & protection of dolphins worldwide. @dolphin_project @whaleanddolphinorg @natgeocreative @natgeotravel @miamidolphins #worldenvironmentday”.