"As an actor it is exciting to be a part of different mediums of storytelling. Short films as a format are exciting, because in a limited period of time a lot can be conveyed. Samaira's (the character) story, in The Good Wife could be anyone's experience," Dia said in a statement
Dia Mirza apologised after her tweet requesting people to celebrate dry Holi in wake of water shortage in Maharashtra invited backlash from different sections. "It has never been my intention to hurt the sentiments of any individual or community. If in the event that my tweet has done so, I apologize unequivocally"
"It is the first time that India and Iran together have made a film. I feel very fortunate because the person with whom I'm working is the biggest superstar (Mohammad Reza Golzar) in Iran. People love him tremendously and hence Iranian people are also showering love on me via my social networking sites," said Dia.
Veteran actress Shabana Azmi turned 65 today. Bollywood actresses like Priyanka Chopra, Dia Mirza and Huma Qureshi took to microblogging site Twitter to wish her birthday and say that she is an inspiration to them. Ms Azmimade her debut in 1974 and has since then appeared in over 120 Hindi and Bengali films
National Award winning actress Vidya Balan says that she's glad she has received offers to feature in several women-oriented projects out of the few that Bollywood makes.
National-award winning actress Vidya Balan feels that portrayal of women in films is still stereotypical to a great extent.
Producer-actress Dia Mirza is busy casting for three films being made under her banner and says she would love to work with Kahaani actress Vidya Balan.