Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone share a thought-provoking video on Instagram - Watch

The rumoured couple shared the video edited on iPhone by Adajania.   

Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone share a thought-provoking video on Instagram - Watch
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Mumbai: Both Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone shared a thought-provoking on their respective Instagram accounts. The two actors believe in making the world a better place to live by taking care of the environment and avoiding single-use plastic.

The rumoured couple shared the video edited on iPhone by Adajania. The video has a collage of visuals of the world underwater and the lives that thrive in the seas. Adajania has attributed the clippings to various sources.

Check out the same video shared by Deepika, Ranveer and Homi here:

 

#Repost @homster

A post shared by Ranveer Singh (@ranveersingh) on

 

 

save our 

A post shared by Deepika Padukone (@deepikapadukone) on

 

 

If we quit all single-use plastic, they’ll stop making it.  PLEASE. Just stop using straws, cups, cutlery & bags made of plastic. PL REPOST & SPREAD THE MSG. A big shoutout to my friends at adidas for making over a million shoes from collected marine plastic. #protectwhatyoulove #oceangaurdians #turningthetide #savetheoceans #planetocean #reduceyourplastic #savetheoceans #saynotoplastic #reefwatchindia #planetorplastic #natgeo #natgeoindia @parley.tv @adidas #parleyfortheoceans #goproindia #gopro @leonardodicaprio #oceanconservation #leonardodicapriofdn #keepitblue #ocean #seas Edited on my #iphone  @utkarssshhh @trueschoolmusic  @luminousdeep / @anaitashroffadajania & @reefwatchindia @bittusahgal @afrozshh_ #reefwatchindia

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Plastic pollution has not just harmed humans but other forms of life on earth too. Even life in the ocean has been severely affected due to plastic. There is an urgent need to opt for eco-friendly / biodegradable products in our day-to-day life in order to stop any further damage to the environment caused due to plastic.

The World Environment Day, an annual event organised by the United Nations to create awareness about the importance of saving the earth and making it a better place to live, was recently held in the country.

It was launched in 1974 and has since then been held year after year in various countries. The 43rd edition of the event hosted by India was addressed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the theme for this year was 'beat plastic pollution'.

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