The Covid-19 induced lockdown wasn’t so unhealthy in any case, feels Juhi Chawla, as a result of it gave us the blessing of respiratory low-pollution and recent air for a couple of months. Juhi expressed her opinion in a tweet on Tuesday whereas expressing concern over the worsening air high quality of the metropolis. “What has happened to the air in Mumbai..?? I tried to walk in my balcony… and I felt like I was inhaling dust… only dust. Maybe the lockdown wasn’t so bad after all, I remember the air being so blissfully clear,” she wrote.
Reacting to Juhi’s tweet, actress Dia Mirza expressed her concern over the deteriorating air high quality in the metropolis.
“It’s been awful!!! Is it construction dust, waste burning, stubble burning, industrial emissions or all? Mumbai has had worse #AQI than Delhi since the beginning of this year. So much for being a coastal city. Doesn’t seem to make a difference anymore,” Dia Mirza tweeted in response to Juhi.
It’s been terrible!!! Is it building mud, waste burning, stubble burning, industrial emissions or all? Mumbai has had worse #AQI than Delhi since the starting of this yr. So a lot for being a coastal metropolis. Doesn’t appear to make a distinction anymore. https://t.co/Hy4P88VeCV
— Dia Mirza (@deespeak) January 12, 2021
On Sunday, Juhi Chawla had shared images of the metropolis’s skyline on social media and identified: “There is no clean air in Mumbai, just a lousy heavy dusty smog!!!”
There isn’t any clear air in Mumbai, only a awful heavy dusty smog!!! pic.twitter.com/a9MM1qWIFT
— Juhi Chawla (@iam_juhi) January 10, 2021
Earlier on Friday, sharing a photograph of the metropolis’s skyline on his Twitter, Ranvir Shorey wrote: “Can someone tell me what is this white haze covering #Mumbai, and how long it’s going to last? Cause it’s been here all of this year, and it’s getting me down! #weather.”
Can somebody inform me wtf is that this white haze masking #Mumbai, and the way lengthy it’s going to final? ‘Cause it’s been right here all of this yr, and it’s getting me down! #climate pic.twitter.com/7SxMWF3mCb
— Ranvir Shorey (@RanvirShorey) January 8, 2021