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Priyanka Chopra said, 'Shooting in Delhi's pollution is difficult', people reminded of cigarette addiction

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Mumbai. Priyanka Chopra, who has become a global star, has come to India for her new project. Priyanka has to shoot in Delhi like this, but Delhi’s pollution has made her condition very bad. Expressing this, Priyanka shared one of her masked selfies on social media and said that it is difficult to shoot here in such an air. Although Priyanka did not say anything that is wrong, but due to this post of her, ‘Desi Girl’ has become a victim of trolling again. In fact, Delhi’s condition is very bad due to pollution at this time. Air pollution and smog have engulfed the whole of Delhi. Priyanka Chopra has reached Delhi for the shooting of her upcoming web series ‘The White Tiger’. In this film, she will be seen opposite actor Rajkumar Rao. Priyanka, who arrived in Delhi to shoot for this, tweeted, ‘On the shooting day of The White Tiger. It is so difficult to shoot here under these circumstances that I am not even able to imagine how people are living here in these conditions. We are lucky that we have air purifiers and masks. My prayers for the homeless All be safe.

Just like this, Priyanka said the same thing which is true, but now many people are trolling her on this Instagram post. Last year, the pictures of Priyanka Chopra smoking cigarettes went viral and after this post, once again the same pictures are being reminded of her. Many users are reminding them the habit of smoking cigarettes on their post. At the same time, some users have written that ‘it is better than praying for the homeless, do something for them.’ Priyanka chopra In Delhi-NCR on Sunday, the air quality index (AQI) at several places crossed the 900 mark. In view of the dangerous situation of pollution in two neighboring districts of Delhi, Gautam Budh Nagar (Noida) and Ghaziabad, instructions have been issued to close all schools till Tuesday. Due to the toxic pollution of Delhi-NCR, Haryana Education Department has directed to close all private, government and government aided schools in the state on 4 and 5 November. Read also:

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