‘Baring’ their heart, mind and…

Ahmedabad Mirror | 1 week ago | 06-08-2022 | 04:00 pm

‘Baring’ their heart, mind and…

Will Ranveer pose in the buff again?Actor invited by PETA to again pose nude for their ‘Try Vegan’ campaignRanveer Singh has been invited by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) India to do a nude photoshoot for them after pictures from the actor’s recent similar photoshoot created quite a buzz. The organisation wants Ranveer to promote veganism through their campaign with the tagline ‘All Animals Have the Same Parts – Try Vegan’. Reportedly, the actor turned vegan for Rocky Aur Rani Ki Prem Kahani.“Just like humans, animals are made of flesh, blood, and bone. They have emotions and unique personalities, feel pain, and want to live with their families – they do not want to die,” said PETA India Vice President of Celebrity and Public Relations Sachin Bangera, in a statement.Talking about Ranveer, he added, “Having given healthy vegan eating a go, Ranveer Singh is the perfect candidate to encourage others to try vegan, too – for animals, their own health, and the planet.”With this opportunity, Ranveer would join celebrities like Anushka Sharma, Joaquin Phoenix, Kartik Aaryan, Natalie Portman, and many others who’ve teamed up with PETA India or other PETA entities.Meanwhile, Ranveer recently created a stir and also got in trouble for his nude photoshoot for Paper Magazine, posted online on July 21.Agencies‘I was suicidalat times’Actor on battle with depression, mother coming to her rescue​​​​​​​Deepika Padukone has never shied away from sharing how she was diagnosed with depression, her remedial course of action, and how she basically dealt with it. She is one of the very few actors in the industry who went public with her battle with depression and has spoken about it on various occasions. On Thursday, Deepika once again shed light on how she battled months-long depression.Speaking at an event in Mumbai, Deepika shared anecdotes from the time she was dealing with depression and how her mother came to her rescue. “I give all the credit to my mother for recognising the signs and symptoms…because it just happened out of the blue…“I was on a career-high, and everything was going well, so there was no reason or no apparent reason why I should’ve felt the way I was feeling, but I would break down for no reason. There were days when I just didn’t want to wake up, I would sleep because sleep for me was an escape, I was suicidal at times,” she added.Deepika runs an NGO ‘Live Love Laugh’ that aims to give hope to those experiencing stress, anxiety, and depression. “This (depression diagnosis) was one of the reasons why I set up this foundation, for us to be able to create that awareness, to be sensitive to the people around us, to look around us.”She said the journey of mental illness can be lonely and her mission is to make sure that not even one life is lost due to the illness.Agencies

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