Rashmika Mandanna's underwater photoshoot in Bengaluru's Bellandur lake aims to raise awareness on water pollution
Belandur lake, where Rashmika Mandanna had her photoshoot, has been one of the most affected lakes with layers of toxic waste every year.
One of India's harrowing issues has been water pollution. Recently, South Indian actress Rashmika Mandanna did an underwater photoshoot to raise awareness about this cause. The photoshoot was held at Bellandur lake in Bengaluru. The lake is quite infamous as it invariably froths up every year.
The shoot was helmed by Sanmathi D Prasad. Mandanna shared images from the shoot over social media. The actress spoke about her experience and the fact that she did not have any clue about the water pollution levels of the lake till she actually visited the water body. She urged all her followers to take note of the situation and spread awareness on the matter.
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This was a photoshoot regarding awareness for the water pollution by this wonderful team Creative Director : @sanmathidprasad Photography : @zeroin.in Styling : @vogue_pill Make up : @monicaprakash ❤️ I didn’t know much of this till we had to actually had go and shoot this in Bellandur lake..which like really broke my heart.. I am not old enough to advise and spread awareness or any of that sorts..but that what I saw and went through that day was heights.. and imagine few years down the line..it’s the same case everywhere else.. I’d rather not want to be in that space.. I just wanted to share what I thought..if you think the same..we better get to work..♀
Reportedly, the lake has often been surfaced with layers of toxic froth which even caught fire in the recent past.
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