Bollywood actress Dia Mirza has made her directorial debut by helming an open administration film on tiger and nature protection, on the event of World Tiger Day.
The film expects to spread an essential message about tiger and nature preservation through the voices of kids from different age groups.
"This has been a standout amongst the most delightful dreams of my life. Including our future era in this activity has been completely edifying and satisfying for me.
"As tigers battle for survival, I trust that the message conveyed is sufficiently solid to poke our country to ensure tiger insurance from dangers like poaching, and interruption into their common environment," Dia said in an statement.
"We have to remember, what happens to the tiger, to our forest and our rivers, at last influences every one of us," she said.
The film has been composed via Cara Tejpal and Sahil Sangha, caught by pro picture taker Rohan Shrestha and delivered by Born Free Entertainment.
Notwithstanding nations, for example, India, Nepal, Russia and Bhutan enrolling a spike in the tiger populace, the status of the creature still stays 'imperiled', the announcement said.