The Smithsonian Channel and world renowned singer Cher, have collaborated for the documentary on the world’s loneliest elephant, Kaavan.
According to reports, a trailer for the documentary has been released on Kaavan’s journey from Pakistan to Cambodia. Cher’s ‘Free the Wild’ organization has played a key role in helping Kaavan reach Cambodia in search of his ‘forever home’.
According to earlier reports, the singer-songwriter’s organization pushed for the relocation of the of the elephant from Islamabad Zoo in Pakistan.
🐘Kaavan's journey to freedom from captivity in Islamabad to Cambodia will be a 2021 @SmithsonianChan documentary ❤️ Help us build Kaavan's forever home 🏡 https://t.co/dzdl4Ew4gn 🙏🏻@ftwglobal #KaavansJourney pic.twitter.com/iTxdzfndNB
— Cher (@cher) November 27, 2020
Taking to Twitter, Cher wrote, “Kaavan’s journey to freedom from captivity in Islamabad to Cambodia will be a 2021 @SmithsonianChan documentary”. She added, “Help us build Kaavan’s forever home“.
Prior to Kaavan’s relocation, the singer had spent some time with him in Islamabad. The documentary trailer is focused on capturing the essence of the connection between animals and humans along with all living things on the planet. The one-minute and thirty second trailer captures the loneliness of Kaavan in Pakistan.
The documentary titled Cher and the Loneliest Elephant is set to release on the 22nd of April, 2021.
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