Ushna Shah poses for a photograph.
Jabeen Adil, Gulf Today
Ushna Shah, a talented and versatile actress of the Pakistani showbiz industry, has become the goodwill ambassador of the renowned environmental organisation, World Wildlife Fund (WWF) Pakistan.
Ushna loves animals and actively takes part in campaigns for their shelter and protection, and always keeps sharing photos with her fans and followers.
The actor shared the joyful moment on her Instagram, which shows her signing the agreement with WWF Pakistan.
She shared a photo and said, “Honoured to join hands with WWFPAK as the Goodwill Ambassador and be a part of the panda family. WWF's mission is to work to sustain the natural world for the benefit of people and nature. I am grateful for this platform and cannot wait to get to work with these dedicated & passionate individuals.”
“Wish us luck!” she requests her followers.
The organisation also made an announcement and welcomed Ushna to the WWF family.
“Besides being a brilliant actress, Ushna is an ardent environmental activist and a fervent supporter of animal rights, protection of endangered species in Pakistan, and conserving the environment,” the post said.
Ushna has worked in numerous dramas and become famous in a short time with her exceptional talent.
Her famous dramas include Balaa, Alif, Allah Aur Insan, Bashar Momin, and many more.
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