Mumbai: Juhi Chawla who will be seen in the Gujarati remake of the Marathi film 'Ventilator' said she feels happy to be able to be a part in a Gujarati film.
Juhi was present at the inauguration of the Organic Waste Converter Machine In Mumbai on Friday. When asked to reveal some details about her preparation for the Gujarati role she said, "I have finished shooting for the Gujarati remake of 'Ventilator'. I had a lot of fun and fortunately- unfortunately, I didn't have to speak a lot of Gujarati. I am very happy that even if just a guest appearance I got to work in a Gujarati film."
When asked where does Juhi get the inspiration for all the social work she is doing for planting trees and cleaning ht city she said, "I guess I have realized how things are and will turn out if we don't do anything. We are doing this for us and our kids. If we are doing it not just for us but our children. Earth will be here it will survive what we will be killing is us and animals around us. So let's wake up and realize we have to do it for ourselves.
Juhi while talking about BMC's and the government initiatives said it is important to remember we have to help and support their efforts. "There 20 crore people in Mumbai, how are 5 lakh BMC workers going to pick up all of our waste. It is also our responsibility as people. When will we understand that, if we clean a little around our house then their burden will also decrease and the city will also become clean? So I think that's the time which has come BMC is making an effort, they have banned plastic bags, implementing waste segregation, but we have to do that, for their efforts to work. I think this is the beginning and I wish them all the best for success and we should all work for it."
Juhi Chawla apart from the film, also appeared in Ekta Kapoor's Web series, 'The Test Case' starring Nimrat Kaur in a lead role.