If people start considering cleanliness as personal hygiene, we wouldn't need volunteers: Diganagana Suryavanshi | IWMBuzz

Digangana Suryavanshi's Beach Clean Up Drive

If people start considering cleanliness as personal hygiene, we wouldn’t need volunteers: Diganagana Suryavanshi
Diganagana Suryavanshi may have been give then title of a  “Princess” by her fans but the actress doesn’t shy away from digging into dirt when needed at all.  Digangana who has a double debut coming up with Fryday and Jalebi was seen In Dadar today for a clean up initiative at the beach.
Diganana shares, “This isn’t the first time I’ve been driven towards the clean India campaign, I have been involved as a kid also!  I think if people genuinely start considering cleanliness as personal hygiene and stop littering around, we wouldn’t need these volunteers! The volunteers though are doing a great job and they are all so young and to take up a projected like this with so much responsibility is indeed inspiring.  We’ve enough polluted the world, and I would like to request people from my generation especially that this is our turn now to save and not lead towards much destruction! This caused death to aqua life, let’s please not be criminals.”
The actress inspires many as the young age of 20 she has set many records – an author at the age of 14, the youngest contestant to enter the Bigg Boss house, two films releasing on the same day and with all this she manages to do her bit for the environment with an initiative like this one.  What’s commendable is that in the sweltering heat Digangana spent hours with the volunteer team working on cleaning up the beach.
Now this is really inspiring!

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