The film gave me a chance to connect with elephants : Rana Daggubati

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Eros Now has time and again regaled its viewers with great storylines across different genres. The latest film that shall stream on the OTT platform – Haathi Mere Saathi is no different. The adventurous film features Rana Daggubati and Pulkit Samrat, Shriya Pilagaonkar and Zoya Hussain will also be seen essaying supporting roles in the movie.

Eros Now recently posted an open letter from Manickam, the elephant on its platform making a heartfelt appeal to everyone to work towards saving the Goliaths of our landscape – our majestic creatures – the elephants. In a sensitive note titled – “Save Us, We Have The Right To Live: An Open Letter From An Elephant” the team has thoughtfully penned down heart-wrenching notes from some of our elephants in a manner that they would have mentioned if they had the ability to speak with us.

Rana Daggubati also supported the cause and said, “‘Haathi Mere Saathi’ gave me an opportunity to connect with the mighty elephants and work with them in person. They are the largest dwellers on land and have a huge impact on our ecosystem. This ‘Open Letter’ by Eros Now is truly a praiseworthy initiative to make people aware of their plight. The majestic creatures are endangered and it’s up to each and every one of us to come together for protecting them. Our movie is a small step in the same direction.”

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