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It’s All About Wildlife

The film is all about the increasing importance of wildlife conservation and preservation. Ensure protection for wildlife species, their habitat.Protect the biodiversity
A Bengali adventure movie named Adventures of JoJo which will be released on December 21 revolves around a kid named Jojo played by child actor Jashojit Banarjee and his wildlife adventure with another kid played by child actor Samiul Alam. They try to protect wildlife from poachers.Directed by eminent Bengali film director Raj Chakraborty, the film tries to convey the message that wildlife conservation is important to us.The film is all about the increasing importance of wildlife conservation and preservation. Ensure protection for wildlife species, their habitat.Protect the biodiversity.So encourage movies with wildlife theme.
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