Upasna & Ram Charan will be hosting a Gala in aid of World Wildlife Fund, called ‘Wildest Dreams’ at their remodeled residence. This event shall see a first of many kinds. Ram Charan shall be making an incredible debut. This time, he wasn’t in front of the camera, but behind it.
At the “ wildest dreams “ gala Ram Charan will make his debut as a wildlife photographer. Some of this pictures include lion pride , cheetah, giraffes, and many more stunning images. Eminent wildlife photographers including Shaaz Jung, Ejaz Khan & Isheta Salgaocar, will be creating awareness and educating people through this display. Every image has an impactful story to tell highlighting the harsh truth of endangerment and extinction.
WWF is an international organization, that has been working towards protecting the diversity of life on Earth and the future of nature, for over 60 years. Working in over 100 countries, it is supported by close to five million members, globally.
The ecology of the world at large needs serious attention. The Eastern Ghats ( Andhra & Telangana ) are home to 2,500 species of flowering plants, about 290 bird species and nearly 4,000 insect species. Species and their habitats need to be protected. We need to strengthen the ability of local communities to conserve the natural resources they depend upon.
together we can protect our own planet. Nature is where we belong and I have chosen a camera to express my passion for wildlife conservation at this gala event.
I believe that it is the duty of each and every human being to contribute towards the preservation and protection of wildlife and at this gala, I want to encourage people to make a positive impact towards the planet
-Upasana, Philanthropic Ambassador, WWF
We are proud to announce @upasanakonidela V.Chairperson CSR Apollo Hospitals; MD, Apollo Life; Editor-in-Chief, B Positive Magazine as our Philanthropy Ambassador for Andhra Pradesh & Telangana. Together, we will bring on board important voices to support our various initiatives. pic.twitter.com/VFfps6jKHD— WWF India (@WWFINDIA) December 17, 2019