Red Chillies Entertainment on Friday posted a video on its official Twitter deal with to mark the 75th anniversary of World Food Day. Taking a line from Shah Rukh Khan‘s 2017 Indian Hindi-language motion thriller movie Raees’s tune, Zaalima, the manufacturing home captioned the video: “Us to food – Jo tere khatir tadpe pehle se hi, kya usse tadpana, o zaalima!.”
The video options Shah Rukh Khan, Boman Irani, Amy Jackson and Alia Bhatt.
Clubbing the scenes from Shah Rukh’s ‘Chennai Express’, Boman’s 2014 launch ‘Happy New Year’, the video confirmed the aforementioned actors consuming meals.
— Red Chillies Entertainment (@RedChilliesEnt) October 16, 2020
The theme for this yr’s World Food Day 2020 is “Grow, Nourish, Sustain. Together. Our actions are our future.” World Food day marks the muse of the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) of the United Nations.
“Behind our food, there is always someone who produced, planted, harvested, fished or transported it.
This #WorldFoodDay, we want to thank these #FoodHeroes who, no matter the circumstances are helping to grow, nourish & sustain our Earth globe europe-africa,” Tweeted FAO.
Thanking the Food heroes in 7 completely different languages, FAO wrote “To our #FoodHeroes around the Earth globe europe-africa we say…Thank you!”
To our #FoodHeroes across the 🌍 we are saying…
— FAO (@FAO) October 16, 2020
Behind our meals, there’s all the time somebody who produced, planted, harvested, fished or transported it.
— FAO (@FAO) October 14, 2020
Appreciating the efforts of the farmers, Ministry of Food Processing Industries, tweeted “This World Food Day, @MOFPI_GOI recognizes and appreciates the efforts of the farmers’ who work on the land and bring food to our tables. Let us pledge to reduce the food wastage and ensure that no grain goes to the bin. #WorldFoodDay2020.”
This World Food Day, @MOFPI_GOI acknowledges and appreciates the efforts of the farmers’ who work on the land and produce meals to our tables. Let us pledge to scale back the meals wastage and be sure that no grain goes to the bin.#WorldFoodDay2020 #AnnaDevoBhava #SahiPoshanDeshRoshan pic.twitter.com/IzVZ97UbOB
— FOOD PROCESSING MIN (@MOFPI_GOI) October 16, 2020
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