Mumbai: Three-day flower, plant exhibition held at Byculla

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Mumbai, Feb 4: A beautiful flower and plant exhibition was organized at Jijamata Udyan in Byculla, Mumbai. This three-day exhibition, showcasing the 27th edition of flowers, started on February 2. The exhibition concluded on February 4. Renowned actor Ranjeet, actor Pavan Malhotra, cricketer Dilip Vengsarkar, actress Lekha Washington, and actress Ekta Jain, among other Bollywood celebrities, attended and enjoyed this unique exhibition. Jeetendra Pardeshi, superintendent of garden, BMC, was also present at the event. He expressed gratitude to all the celebrity guests and encouraged people to visit the exhibition with their children. Consul general of Japan and Malaysia also attended the exhibition.

Bollywood legendary actor Ranjeet congratulated Jeetendra Pardeshi for the flower exhibition and mentioned his love for plants and flowers. He shared that he also plants vegetables, flowers, and plants on the rooftop of his house.

Pavan Malhotra, who has showcased his acting skills in numerous films, enjoyed the exhibition. He mentioned that although it was his first visit, the BMC has been organizing this exhibition for the past 27 years. He congratulated Jeetendra Pardeshi and his team for creating a green and fragrant environment in Mumbai. He emphasized the importance of planting more trees, especially considering the current environmental conditions.

Jeetendra Pardeshi stated considering the interest of children in the exhibition, it has been beautifully decorated. He revealed that this year's theme is the conservation of animals, showcasing flowers resembling tigers, bears, rabbits, and many other animals. He expressed that the sight of flowers and plants brings peace to the heart and encourages people to avoid air pollution by planting more trees.

Film actress and influencer Ekta Jain praised the exhibition, stating that she plants at least one tree on every birthday and takes care of it. She also plants some flowers in pots at her home. The biggest way to avoid air pollution is for every person to plant flowers and plants in their homes.

Film actress Lekha Washington also enjoyed the exhibition and marvelled at its beauty and fragrance. She suggested that everyone should witness such an exhibition, showcasing the beauty of flowers and plants.




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