The anthem supported by the UN Environment program, Indian Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change, unites newsmakers from varied industries.
It highlights the importance of sustainability and harmony with nature, the anthem is part of a global campaign invovlving more than 150 countries.
Bhamla Foundation, has been actively working towards addressing and acting on improving health, environment, and cleanliness & hygiene issues in India. The Foundation has joined hands with Hungama Digital Media Entertainment Pvt Ltd, in announcing the new musical anthem titled ‘#OnlyOneEarth’ on May 26, 2022 to celebrate World Environemnt Day on June 5th, 2022.
Composed by bollywood singer Shaan and penned by lyricist Swanand Kirkire, the song is sung by Shaan, B Praak, Salim Merchant, Darshan Raval, Shankar Mahadevan, Tulsi Kumar, Ananya Birla, Bhoomi Trivedi, Akriti Kakkar. The music video is directed by Ahmed Khan and features global newsmakers as Sachin Tendulkar too.
The anthem encourages a harmonious association with nature through sustainable lifestyle. Speaking about the journey for environmental welfare so far, Asif Bhamla, President, Bhamla Foundation said, “Bhamla Foundation is proud to celebrate World Environment Day for the 13th year. Keeping sentiments stronger than ever to protect mother Nature, the foundation presents ‘Only One Earth’ thorugh a musical message with the potential to encourage the masses. The current global campaign highlights the importance of ecological consdergation across national borders.
“Climate change is by far the biggest challenge for humanity today. We need to take the message for #OnlyOneEarth to as many people around the globe. And with this anthem, Hungama joins the United Nations’ initiative along with The Bhamla Foundation to use our music platform to spread the message.”, said Neeraj Roy, Founder & CEO Hungama Digital Media.
#OnlyOneEarth anthem will be streamed on Bollywood Hungama, Hungama Music, Hungama Play, Hungama ArtistAloud and across its affiliates and partner platforms