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Today (April 22, 2016) the entire world is celebrating the Earth Day and let's uncover what we have brought to you: Bollywood divas, from Deepika Padukone to Katrina Kaif, from Aishwarya Rai Bachchan to Malaika Arora Khan, from Alia Bhatt to Shraddha Kapoor, who rocked the green colour, (which represents Earth) like a pro!
So, what are you waiting for? Go through the slides to check out all the pictures and don't forget to tell us who looked the best in green.
Check Out All The 25 Pictures here:
Sonakshi On Preserving Environment:
Talking about Earth, let's re-read Sonakshi Sinha's interview, where she has talked about why preserving the environment is extremely important. Here are the excerpts from her interview with DNA.
"My earliest memories of Ganesha puja is when I was in school. I remember my family would keep Ganpati at home. We did it for 11 years and it was something that we as a family always looked forward to. Nowadays I celebrate by going for darshans to all my friends' houses."
"I believe in eco-Ganesha where idols are made of environment-friendly materials instead of plaster of Paris. Once all the visarjans are done, it's devastating to see the state of all the beaches the next day. Isn't an idol which would dissolve easily in the water and not litter the beaches a better option?"
"It is extremely important in today's times to preserve the environment. What we do today will secure a better future for the coming generations. Enough damage has been done to the environment over the years, what we do now is basically damage control. In our own ways we can all help to preserve the environment. Small measures go a big way. Switching off the lights before leaving a room saves energy, shutting the tap while brushing saves water, saving paper, not littering, recycling things is the least each one of us can do on an individual level."