June 05 : South Indian actress Tamannaah Bhatia has been staying at home with her mother safely. Today on World Environment Day 2020, she has a note-worthy message to tell all her fans in the virtual world. She has been trying her hand at various recipes and also practiced social distancing in her own adorable manner. But ever since the month of June 2020, has started off, a lot of unpleasant happenings seem to alarm her thoughts. She took to Instagram and her other social media accounts to throw light on such social causes. Today, she posted her photo with a smudged black handprint in protest of the unempathetic behavior people have had towards men, animals, and nature alike.
The Baahubali actress had painted her neck with dark kajal. She also lightly outlined her upper eyelids with a touch of kajal and drew the ends of her lower eyelashes. The actress went for a monochrome black and white photo, focusing a handprint on her lips. She tied her hair into a neat bun and look seriously at the camera lens. She captioned her post as ‘Your silence will not protect you. Doesn't every life matter, human or animal? Muting any form of creation is against the universal law. We must unlearn and learn to be human again express compassion, and practice love. #AllLivesMatter #WakeUpWorld'
The Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy actress had made such a sensitive post to highlight to racist injustice that was done to George Floyd and also to the recent animal killings in India. George Floyd was an African American man who was killed by the police. This had created a wave of racist based protests all around the country. Apart from that, a few animal killings have happened within India knowingly or unknowingly. This too has caused a lot of rage to her animal lovers around the world. She urged her fans to voice out their opinions when such atrocities happen in this world. She advised that people should learn to be human, be kind to all living beings.