By: Editorial Team Date: Oct 1


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Swachhata abhiyaan: How Global Cinema is Promoting Cleanliness and Sustainability

Movies can be a powerful tool for raising awareness about important issues and inspiring people to take action

In recent years, there has been a growing trend of movies that focus on environmental and social issues, such as cleanliness.

1. "Dirt! The Movie" (2009) delves into dirt's history, showcasing its influence on society and promoting eco-friendly living.

2. "Trashed" (2012) with Jeremy Irons exposes the global waste crisis, exploring waste generation, disposal, recycling, and its health and environmental consequences.

3. "Swachh Bharat: Mission Clean India" (2014) documents India's cleanliness initiative, highlighting progress and dedicated efforts.

4. "Toilet: Ek Prem Katha" (2017) emphasizes sanitation through humor as Keshav builds a toilet for his wife in India.

5. "Pad Man" (2018) portrays Arunachalam Muruganantham's journey in inventing affordable sanitary pads, addressing menstrual hygiene challenges in India.

6. "Phullu" (2017) showcases Phullu's mission to provide low-cost sanitary pads, shedding light on rural women's menstrual hygiene challenges.

7. "Swachh Bharat: Swachh Mann" (2018) inspires individual responsibility through a young man's village cleanliness campaign.

8. "The Great Smog of London" (2013) recounts the deadly 1952 London smog, emphasizing clean air's significance and pollution dangers.

9. "A Plastic Ocean" (2016) documents the dire impact of plastic pollution on oceans and efforts to combat this global crisis.

10. "Before the Flood" (2016) features Leonardo DiCaprio discussing climate change with experts, activists, and world leaders, raising awareness about this critical issue.

These movies can help to raise awareness about important environmental issues such as waste management, air pollution, and climate change.

They can also inspire people to take action to make a difference in their communities and to protect the planet.

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