But words of encouragement and appreciation were aplenty. Maternity is a period that is to be cherished, celebrated and marked with profound moments of joy. Athira says she does not want to reveal who were the ones behind the move to get the photos banned. The plan was set, models were ready, but it wasn't easy to find a location. And what better way to register these moments than capturing the baby bump in all its beauty and glory—with right prop, settings, mood, lighting et al. A few of them even came to my house to appreciate my work, says Athira. However, it went unnoticed. She says she had another unique project that she shot a few months ago—a campaign against the use of plastic. Music and acting will have equal importance: Arjun Kanungo Stray dogs may have a natural ability to understand human gestures It's been a fulfilling journey: Kareena Kapoor on 20 years in Bollywood Sonam Kapoor terms Mohan Bhagwat's remarks on divorce 'regressive and foolish'.