Anushka Sharma and Virat Kohli have found a unique way of celebrating World Nature Conservation Day. The actor-cricketer duo is making the utmost use of quarantine time. Virat and Anushka often take to social media to treat fans amid the ongoing pandemic. Right from sharing goofy selfies to turning a hairstylist for husband Virat Kohli, the Pari actress is nailing the social media game and how. This afternoon, the Bollywood Diva took to social media and shared some of her stunning pictures from her previous trips to picturesque locations.
Now, the Indian skipper has taken to social media to treat his fans and followers with a throwback picture. Telling his fans about the time when he used to climb up a tree, Kohli celebrates World Nature Conservation Day in his own way. Sharing the picture, “Throwback to when you could just climb up a tree and chill.” The actor looks cool as a cucumber as he’s seen chilling on a tree.
Sharing a couple of pictures from her previous trips to the picturesque locations Anushka Sharma wrote alongside, “A healthy environment is the foundation for a stable and productive society. Our lives, what we breathe, where we live, what we eat and our species’ and other species existence is directly related to Mother Nature. As human beings, the steps towards conservation are being respectful, providing protection and co-existing in harmony with Nature.”
“We all must participate to protect, conserve and sustainably manage our natural resources. Mother Nature will respect us if we respect her. Often, small steps are taken collectively lead to impactful changes. Let’s always remember that Earth is beautiful and we should let it be that way #WorldNatureConservationDay,” read her caption further. (ALSO READ: Anushka Sharma Shares Video From The Time 'When Someone Touching Your Face Was Relaxing'; Misses Getting Massages Amid Pandemic)
Images Source: instagram/anushkasharma/viratkohli
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