Priya Banerjee Support Red Dot Challenge

Priya Banerjee Support Red Dot Challenge

Stunning and talented diva Priya Banerjee support Red Dot Challenge and urge people to stop shaming women going through periods.
To support World Menstrual Hygiene Day, actress Priya has joined Red Dot Challenge, to spread awareness on feminine hygiene.
Priya took to social media profile and expressed the need to educate girls with all information on maintaining hygiene, constructing adequate sanitation facilities and providing quick access to feminine hygiene products.
She wrote, “28th May is celebrated as Menstrual Hygiene Day and unicef has started this initiative to spread awareness and break the taboo about mensuration. Periods have always been such a taboo not only in India but all over the world and we need to put an end to shaming it. Women are restricted to several basic mundane things during there period in rural parts of India and we need to put a period to that. Educate each and everyone and also make a switch to sustainable biodegradable sanitary napkins. We must ensure the health and hygiene of all our women while protecting our planet. Spread the word and be the change…Let’s join the #RedDotChallenge with @post.for.change and @UnicefIndia to bring a change”
Recently Priya was seen in ‘Baarish’ season 2. The web series also featured Sharman Joshi and Asha Negi and recently released its second season. ‘Baarish – When you are in mood for romance’ is a 2019 web series developed by Ekta Kapoor for video demand platform ALTBalaji & ZEE5.
The series stars Asha Negi and Sharman Joshi as protagonists and revolves around their completely opposite personalities and explores their lives. The series is available for streaming on the ALT Balaji App and its associated websites since its release date

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28th May is celebrated as Menstrual Hygiene Day and unicef has started this initiative to spread awareness and break the taboo about mensuration. Periods have always been such a taboo not only in India but all over the world and we need to put an end to shaming it. Women are restricted to several basic mundane things during there period in rural parts of India and we need to put a period to that. Educate each and everyone and also make a switch to sustainable biodegradable sanitary napkins. We must ensure the health and hygiene of all our women while protecting our planet. Spread the word and be the change 🔴 Let's join the #RedDotChallenge with @post.for.change and @UnicefIndia to bring a change.

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