Actress Anushka Sharma on Friday came out to Versova beach to support Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Swachh Bharat Abhiyan, and said people should keep India clean.
“It is appreciable that our Prime Minister Mr. Modi has made Swachh Bharat Abhiyan an important mission for us. If people think they should keep their homes clean, they should also have the same perspective towards our country’s cleanliness.
“India is our home. We should keep it clean too. Cleanliness will keep diseases away and it will bring prosperity. So I feel serving our country in the true sense can be done with cleanliness,” Anushka said here.
The actress, along with her parents and team, was seen cleaning the beach and also requested everyone to support this initiative.
“I request everyone to support this initiative and help keep our country clean. We do a lot for ourselves, but we should once in a while do things for others too. My entire team is here, and I am happy to do this for my country, so much so that I would like to come here and do this again.
“We all should take a firm decision of living in a clean environment because we humans are the ones responsible for spoiling this environment and only we humans are capable of correcting this. So we should come forward and clean what we have spoiled,” the actress added.
The actress is currently shooting for Pari, scheduled to release in February 2018.
“I like to dress well. I enjoy wearing good clothes but I am not a slave of fashion. I think it is important to use fashion and style as an extension of your personality,” Anushka told IANS over the phone from Mumbai.
“For me, it’s good to know about fashion trends but at the same you cant wear something that doesn’t look good on you. So I know what works for me and what doesn’t. My fashion sense is very chic, comfortable and simple,” she added.
However, Anushka, who is the brand ambassador for sunglass brand Polaroid, doesn’t like to over accessorize her outfits.
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