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Cutting chai is something Mumbaikars can't live without. The dingy narrow streets of the Maximum City will have some or the other chaiwallah calling chai cutting... cutting chai, especially at railway stations. But guess what, there's a new rage on the block now, and it's called Cutting Paani.
Yes. Unlike cutting chai, you needn't line up at a tea stall for cutting paani. You can have cutting paani within the comforts of home and that, too, without any effort whatsoever. How to make cutting paani you ask? Well, it's quite simple. All you need to do is pour only that much water in a glass, which you feel will quench your thirst. Nothing more than that. And voila, you have your cutting paani ready.
Cutting paani is a new initiative to cut down water consumption. We often tend to take a glass full of water, have a sip or two, and pour the rest into the sink. And, of course, this results in terrible wastage of water. At a time when the world is reeling under water scarcity, cutting paani is surely a clever way to save water. The initiative has been introduced by a water purifying company. Celebs such as Bharti Singh, Gurmeet Choudhary and Rannvijay Singha are catching up with the trend.
Bharti says, "Have aadha glass when cutting ho pyaas."
Rannvijay took to Twitter to show his support for the inititiave.
I was impressed with @Livpurewater's initiative of #CuttingPaani -it can make a huge difference in reducing wastage of https://t.co/5PESehFqGz’s pretty simple, just opt for half a glass of water. Show your support to this cause and sign the petition here : https://t.co/MRX9jtlTAR pic.twitter.com/rtnIeRtJj7— Rannvijay singha (@RannvijaySingha) March 23, 2018
This silver screen charmer also prefers cutting paani over a glass full of water.
So folks, what are you waiting for. Time to switch to cutting paani and save precious water.