'I love giving surprises, nobody thought I would write a book', says Esha Deol
Esha Deol was last seen in the short film 'Cake Walk' in the year 2018. Since then she has been away from the screen. The actress was recently seen with her mother Hema Malini inaugurating BMC’s ‘Be A Tree Parent’ Mega Foundation Vriksha Campaign In Juhu.
Talking about the initiative and focusing on planting more trees, she said,"We’ve grown up with these trees and now when they are up-rooted due to cyclones, it is our duty and responsibility to re-plant them. I think we’re re-creating history by re-planting a tree. So I would like to urge everyone that the trees we have lost due to cyclone or otherwise, it’s really important to replant trees because I feel that nature is angry with us right now. It is our duty to respect and give a lot of love to her. We have to plant trees for our future generations.”
More and more buildings are being constructed by cutting big trees. Talking about it, she said. “I don’t understand the idea of cutting trees for buildings. I have an interest in architect and interior designing and trust me if you could incorporate the trees in the construction and not cut them, your house would look more beautiful and more blessed”
The actress was recently seen taking her first shot of the Covid-19 vaccine along with her husband Bharat. Giving a piece of advice to everyone, she said,"Stay fit, keep working out, which is most important for your mind and everyone, 2020 was bad, this year, hopefully, it’s going to get better but I think everyone should be physically and mentally strong, so do some physical activity every day that is my request.”
The actress who is soon going to make a comeback with a web series spoke about her future projects and said,"I love giving surprises, nobody thought I would write a book. I am someone who is very creative and I cannot sit still, but at the same time, it’s really important to start your family, have babies, but work is something I will always keep doing. And I am looking at good work and good content, which is available today, so why not”