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Priyanka Chopra, Alia Bhatt and others give thumbs up to Greta Thunberg’s winning speech at UN Climate Summit

Guess who’s taken over the internet since past one day? Greta Thunberg, the 16-year-old Swedish environmental activist whose call to take urgent climate protection measures are being heard by people and leaders across the globe. Greta’s speech at the recently held UN Climate Summit is a strong call for action. To our delight, it is making the kind of noise it should. Among others, A-listers of Bollywood have also come forward, upholding Greta’s message.

Priyanka Chopra, Alia Bhatt and others give thumbs up to Greta Thunberg's winning speech at UN Climate Summit

“I have no words….. such an impactful speech by the young climate activist @GretaThunberg. It’s about time we start listening and acting. As she rightly said ‘Change is coming, whether you like it or not’!!,” wrote Kajol.

Ajay devgn echoed the wife’s sentiments. ‘Let’s join hands with @GretaThunberg in raising awareness about climate change. Each of our efforts will add up,’ he tweeted.

‘Wow amaZing please listen Varun,’ urged Varun Dhawan, who was also impressed by Greta’s speech.

‘Listen. Learn. Think. Act!!!,’ urged Alia Bhatt.

‘Thank you @gretathunberg for giving us the much needed punch in the face, for bringing your generation together and showing us that we need to know better, do more to save what is most critical,’ tweeted Priyanka Chopra, who is known to take interest in various causes including the protection of environment.

‘Do yourself a favour, stop whatever you’re doing and watch this’, wrote Richa Chadha.

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