Shama Sikander is gorgeousness and beauty personified in the true sense of the term. She’s a classic example of ’beauty with brain’ and no wonder, on many occasions in the past as well, she’s proven the same on many occasions. Shama Sikander is someone who likes to literally walk the talk and that’s why, anything that she preaches and strongly believes in, she ensures that she herself takes the onus to set an example regarding the same in the right way. Shama has always been very open about her positive thoughts and beliefs around cleanliness and no wonder, she’s one of the most suitable celebrities for the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan.
Well, once again, Shama Sikander decided to take the onus and be a part of a beautiful cleanliness campaign that spread awareness about the importance of cleanliness and good hygiene. Shama joined Mumbai’s special initiative, ”Swachhata Hi Seva” where she joined hands with several young college students and BMC workers to do her bit around cleanliness. Shama joined all of them to clean the streets of Mumbai and with her vibrant presence, she inspired everyone in a positive way. She’s seen happily posing as she became a part of such an important cause that’s a learning curve for many.
Regarding the same, Shama comments,
“Well, the importance of cleanliness and hygiene can never be underplayed by any means. I strongly believe that environmental cleanliness begins with each individual’s desire to be clean. Everyone knows about the importance of cleanliness. It’s been spoken about for years. But still we throw garbage on roads, create mess for the environment , unfortunately not many realize is that just talking about it is not enough it’s important to awaken the the right spirit and passion within to keep our roads and cities clean. Only then, we can succeed in that department. That’s why I always believe in international practice in doing what I say. Hence, I ensured I am physically present with all my fellow BMC workers and young students to motivate their thought process in whatever way I could. I thoroughly enjoyed cleaning the road with them and also while doing it , I realized how much heat, rainstorms these BMC workers go through every day to give us a clean city and most of us are so unconcerned and unconscious of it. My arms started to heart in an hour , i was sweating like crazy, and so this is a very important initiative for people to realize that it is easy to throw garbage on roads but very difficult to clean. I salute our BMC officials and workers who are at it everyday. I am glad I fulfilled my commitment towards this initiative and I could actually go out there on the streets and be a part of the drive physically to spread awareness. I believe we are headed in the right direction when it comes to this.”