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Mumbai, July 7 -- Actor Amy Jackson wants to foray into new territory. After working in films such as Singh is Bliing (2015) and Freaky Ali (2016), Amy is all set to produce a short documentary on animal welfare. 
 
A source says, "Amy will soon be meeting government officials in India for the documentary's sponsorship. Later, she also plans to send the movie to various film festivals to raise awareness about the cause in other countries as well."
 
Amy says, "I am producing a short movie with my friend in London (UK). We've shot half of it. This cause is close to my heart and I am always up for animal welfare. I'm a public personality, and raising awareness is only a small contribution towards animal welfare. I have also applied to a few festivals and have approached the Indian government for help with this. A lot of ground work is required and I am doing it."
 
Speaking about the message she wants to convey through the documentary, Amy says, "There is a need to stop cruelty against animals and love them - not abuse them. A lot of people are cruel to animals and I want to tell them that it's fine if you can't do anything for them, but don't hurt them either."