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Bollywood Actor John Abraham Honored As 'Eco Warrior'

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With a website that generates most of its content from the brains of two guys, we admit that we’re pretty biased when it comes to posting beautiful photos of all the green ladies out there. PETA’s sexilicous ad campaigns do not help in lessening that habit. 

From time to time, we realize that it’s important to balance the scales — which is why we’re more than happy to present to you John Abraham — the Indian film star that’s been recently honored as an ‘Eco Warrior’ by the Earth Matters Foundation. 

Besides working with PETA on a number of campaigns, Abraham has also recently been supporting elephants by urging all states to ban the entry of the animals into urban areas. In an instance of art reflecting life, John will starring in the upcoming film Luna as an environmental activist. The movie also stars Dustin Hoffman, Rachel Weisz and Chris Cooper.

For more information check out his official website here. 

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