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Kunal, Gracy And Zaan Of Sony’s Kyun Utthe Dil Chhod Aaye Go Green!

Kunal Jaisingh, Gracy Goswami and Zaan Khan have together decided to do a single plantation every week and motivate everyone around them to do the same.

If you truly love nature, you are bound to discover it everywhere and do your bit to further spread greenery. This is exactly what Sony Entertainment Television’s Kyun Utthe Dil Chhod Aaye’s actors Kunal Jaisingh aka Veer Gracy Goswami aka Amrit and Zaan Khan aka Randheer are out to do. While the trio share quiet a stormy relationship in the show, off camera, they are very good friends and often do many activities together. One common factor that binds them together is nature, and equally being motivated in building a great naturistic environment for the generations to come is something that they believe in. To do their bit, they have together decided to do a single plantation every week and motivate everyone around them to do the same.

Talking more on it, Kunal Jaisingh who portrays the role of Veer says, “I am an eco–friendly person and my love for the environment is everlasting. I always try and think of some innovative ideas when it comes to the environment and, when I took the thought of doing single plantations a week, it did not seem to out of the way. I immediately took the idea to Gracy and Zaan who immediately came on board. Together we have decided to plant a sapling every week and further spread the message urging fans and viewers to do the same. A small deed can really go a long way and we hope our fans and viewers follow the same.”

In the coming episodes, viewers witness how Amrit weds Veer in order to free Randheer who ends up misunderstanding Amrit’s motive and starts hating her. A drunk Veer who is not happy with Amrit’s behavior towards him, gets very angry at her and plots ways to get Randheer out of the palace. Due to this, a huge fight ensues between the two men. What will be the reason and the outcome of the situation is something viewers will have to tune-in to see.

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