Superstars like Shraddha Kapoor, Jim Sarbh, Maria Goretti, Amrita Puri, Anushka Manchanda, Shibani Dandekar have met up to bring issues to light on the Plight of lost creatures through a narrative. The Tails of Boo-Boo and Cuddly Poo is a documentary about the plight of lost animals, emphasizing pitilessness, surrender, salvage, and love. Producer Salil Jason Fernandez and Vandana Sethi, Founder, Water Communications and Earth Films, have held hands to rejuvenate this documentary. The two-minute trailer that was dispatched today gives an understanding of the narrative.
Shot entirely during the lockdown, the narrative likewise includes Samir Kochhar, Cyrus Broacha, Sapna Bhavnani, Shaheen Bhatt, Atul Khatri, and Scherezade Shroff alongside thirty associations including WFA, IDA, YODA, WSD, BSPCA, and TSPCA.
"I adored being a piece of the narrative and expectation this carries attention to the situation of the lost creatures particularly since the rainstorm are progressing. Shylo (her pet) is a particularly fundamental piece of my life, and I can't envision my existence without him. I would need everybody to have that joy in their life," shared Shraddha Kapoor.
Jim Sarbh added, "My life changed when Mimi strolled into it; she's been my justification mental soundness during the lockdown. I figure everybody ought to embrace a creature, give them love and a home, for the love you get back, is complex."
"Our point is to bring issues to light and pass on a message about the helpless circumstance of homeless creatures. This joint exertion includes a few associations and people meeting up, and the whole undertaking is free, i.e., everybody teaming up before and behind the camera has postponed their expense."