NEW DELHI: Priyanka Chopra is back in New Delhi for her next Bollywood project. But, it would not be a smooth ride because of the severe pollution in the capital. The concern over the city's condition is making headlines globally.
Our desi girl took to her Instagram handle and posted a picture of herself with an anti-pollution mask. (Well, that's the least we could do) Besides addressing this major problem, the actress also pleaded to everyone to be safe. She wrote, "Shoot days for #thewhitetiger. It’s so hard to shoot here right now that I can’t even imagine what it must be like to live here under these conditions. We r blessed with air purifiers and masks. Pray for the homeless. Be safe everyone. #airpollution #delhipollution #weneedsolutions #righttobreathe."
Not only this year but the Aitraaz actress also faced the same situations last year when she was shooting for 'The Sky Is Pink'. Her co-star Farhan Akhtar shared a picture where both the actors were seen wearing an anti-pollution mask.
The actress will next be seen in Netflix's 'The White Tiger' opposite Rajkummar Rao. The pair will be seen for the first time on-screen and fans are quite excited to watch the duo together.
Coming back to the issue of Delhi's deteriorating condition, residents' health is at a big risk. Besides Priyanka, actors Dia Mirza and Arjun Rampal also raised their voices regarding the hazardous problem. Arjun wrote, "Just landed in Delhi, the air here is just unbreathable. Absolutely disgusting what has become of this city. The pollution is visible, dense smog. People are in masks. How much more disaster does one need to wake up and do the right thing? Tell ourselves we are wrong. #DelhiBachao."
Just landed in Delhi,the air here is just unbreathable.Absolutely disgusting what has become of this city.The pollution is visible, dense smog. People arein masks. How much more disaster does one need to wake up and do the right thing? Tell ourselves we are wrong. #DelhiBachao— arjun rampal (@rampalarjun) November 2, 2019
Dia Mirza too took to Twitter and wrote, "Become aware. Demand action. Participate in driving solutions."