Regina Cassandra for plastic-free oceans through Paddle-Boarding

Regina Cassandra with the Paddle-Boarding team. Photo: Hype PR

With captivating performances as Rekha in Farzi and Mrinalini Sarabhai in Rocket Boys, Regina Cassandra has also been consistently championing environmental causes. Recently, the Jaanbaaz Hindustan Ke actress was seen participating in a beach clean-up event, adorned in a saree.

Building on this, Regina has embarked on another impactful endeavor to promote awareness about plastic. She teamed up with the boys from the SUP Marinaa Club for a stand-up paddle-boarding activity.

Sharing her experience, Regina mentioned, “I had the opportunity to do something I absolutely love: stand-up paddle-boarding. I joined the boys from SUP Marinaa Club and was intrigued by their initiative. I was delighted to be a part of it. What fascinated me the most was that it was led by a 12-year-old boy named Anish, which motivated me even more to join their cause.”

She added, “I firmly believe that our oceans and waters should not be treated as landfills: we must keep plastic and debris away from our ecosystems. We need our oceans, so let’s not bleed them. In spite the current heat wave, I felt this activity was incredibly necessary. I thoroughly enjoyed stand-up paddling with the team.”

Professionally, Regina is now cast opposite Ajith Kumar in Vidaa Muyarchi and with Nawazuddin Siddiqui in Section 108.












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