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Dia Mirza Looks Amazing And Promotes Environmental Awareness With Her Latest Photoshoot


Dia Mirza is quite popular as an environmental activist too. She is a regular speaker at a number of forums, where environment and climate change is discussed. She has also participated in many environment awareness drives. However, this time, Dia didn't attend an event but rather mixed fashion and environment with a photoshoot. It was a compelling shoot for a magazine, Reverie, and the photographer for the photoshoot was Rohan Shrestha. So, this is how Dia Mirza's photoshoot looked like.

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What can we do? A question that haunts many of us confronted by the reality of climate change and environmental degradation. The answer is simple. Each of us can contribute towards improving the state of the environment by adopting lifestyle changes. This photoshoot, as a first of its kind, is a confluence of beliefs, craft and activism. Rohan @rohanshrestha has used his craft to capture some of the images captured by me and @wildlifetrustofindia - WildLife Trust Of India to highlight some of the most important issues of our time. This image draws our attention to the campaign #BreatheLife - #CleanAir! The image projecting on me is one I took while on my trip to the #HimachalPradesh. The #BluesSkies represent the quality of #CleanAir. 14 of the 20 most polluted cities of the world are in India. This must change!Our right to life is underlined by our ability to breathe clean air. How can we hope for cleaner air? We need to switch to clean energy, stop burning waste, ensure polluting industries follow all environmental guidelines strictly, improve urban green cover, grow trees... But one of the things we can easily do at an individual level is to reduce our consumption of plastic. #CleanAir is linked to #BeatPlasticPollution a campaign that has raised the question on why ‘Extended Producers Responsibility’ and ‘Waste Management’ are NOT one of the most urgent policies of implementation? India has made a commitment to make itself #SingleUsePlastics free by the year 2022. Following up on this commitment made during World Environment Day, on this #IndependenceDay our PM @narendramodi called on the nation to discontinue the use of #SingleUsePlastics! By means of many beach cleanups, mountain cleanups, citizen action has propelled governments into action. A lot more still needs to be done. And that change starts at an individual level- by carrying my own metal bottle, refusing plastic bags, refusing plastic crockery and cutlery, refusing packaged fruits and vegetables, refusing plastic straws and segregation and composting of waste at home. Dress @ekaco Photography @rohanshrestha Hair @francovallelonga Styling @shahriyar_adil & @mitalig_ Cover @reverie.india

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The cover was actually beautiful and optimistic. The cover showed us some level of utopia and Dia was photographed in a perceptive mood. Posed against a backdrop of blooming pink Cherry Blossom tree, Dia looked gorgeous in her sustainable blue dress, which was from the label, Ekaco by Rina Singh. The dress blended with the backdrop. The makeup was marked by what seemed like a brown lip shade and pink eye shadow.

After Cherry Blossom tree shoot, Dia Mirza was seen posed humbly with a larger-than-life tiger poster in the background. With this photoshoot, she urged informed citizens to save environment and tigers. The actress wore a nature-inspired pink-hued Pankaj & Nidhi dress, which was textured and enhanced by shadows. Her lip shade was again bold but the partly-tied messy tresses notched up the effect.

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• 500 billion plastic bags are used each year • 13 million tonnes of plastic leak into the ocean each year • 17 million barrels of oil used on plastic production each year • 1 million plastic bottles bought every minute (90% are not recycled) • 100,000 marine animals killed by plastics each year • 100 years for plastic to degrade in the environment • 90% of bottled water found to contain plastic particles • 83% of tap water found to contain plastic particles • 50% of consumer plastics are single use • 10% of all human-generated waste is plastic Solid waste management is everyone’s business. Ensuring effective and proper solid waste management is critical to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals. Our plastic waste left unmanaged, dumped or burned, harms human health, hurts the environment and climate and hinders economic growth. We can #ActNow and insist our governments implement ‘Extended Producers Responsibility’ and improve waste management systems. We cannot and must allow there to be more plastic than fish in our seas by 2050! We cannot and must not forget that our oceans are our planets lungs, regulating our climate and sustaining our lives. #BeatPlasticPollution #CleanSeas #SDGs #SustainableDevelopment Dress @ilovepero Photography @rohanshrestha Hair @francovallelonga Styling @shahriyar_adil & @mitalig_ Cover and Inside Story @reverie.india

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Our particular favourite look from the photoshoot was the one in which she has this concerned-expression and is posed with her arms folded. In this photoshoot, the effect is so given that the garbage dump in the backdrop merges with her Péro dress. The spaghetti-strapped dress seemed ivory-hued and contrasted by lemon yellow splash. The voluminous tresses and dewy makeup completed her look. Dia Mirza looked amazing. So, what do you think about this photoshoot of hers? Let us know that in the comment section.

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Story first published: Tuesday, August 27, 2019, 19:15 [IST]
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