Bollywood's biggest stars perform at NDTV- Toyota Greenathon


By Bollywood Hungama News Network

Bollywood biggest names came together to support NDTV and Toyota Greenathon - the biggest ever initiative to spread environmental awareness. The programme kicked off on Feb 7 and was live for 24 hours during which Bollywood bigwigs took the green pledge to save the environment and enthralled the audiences with their mind blowing performances.

Bollywood Hungama brings you a special slideshow on some of the top-notch performances of the day.

Madhuri Dixit who is currently in aamchi Mumbai made sure that she could also play her part in supporting this noble cause. Needless to say, the Dancing Diva's performance left the audiences asking for more.

Govinda may have done his bit for his locality and community as a MP but this time as a citizen of the country, Chi Chi did his bit by gyrating to some of his chartbuster tracks and thereby promoting the cause to save the environment.

The Greenathon commenced on all NDTV networks on Feb 7 at 7 pm IST. Some of the activities as a part of the initiative included round-the-clock clean up drives in Mumbai city and Yamuna Ghats in Delhi; a 24-hour marathon run by Milind Soman; and a musical extravaganza by renowned Bollywood stars. Among the many performers who sizzled on stage for this noble cause were Bollywood hotties Bipasha Basu and Malaika Arora Khan.

Next in line at this star-studded extravaganza were funny man Arshad Warsi and the beautiful Dia Mirza. While Arshad grooved on stage in his new look (with moustache et al) Dia looked her prettiest best. The acts were choreographed by Shiamak Davar and his troupe.

It was not just actors and actresses but also singers who pledged this cause. Sunidhi Chauhan who has given many a chartbusters in recent times gave a power packed performance along with other singers such as Shaan, Kailash Kher, and Sukhwinder Singh. All in all, a good time was had by everyone and the right message to save our environment was conveyed in the right way through this initiative.