Bollywood actress Dia Mirza remains in the headlines for her personal life more than her film career. After becoming a mother, she also shares posts about her son Avyaan. The special thing is that Diya is an actress and model as well as an environmentalist, who is also active about it. Recently, she has attracted the attention of fans by sharing old pictures with Priyanka Chopra and Lara Dutta on her Instagram. In these pictures, all three are seen posing during their modeling days.
Actress Dia Mirza remains active on social media even in her BG schedule. Recently, Diya has refreshed the old memories by sharing a throwback picture on her Instagram. Let us tell you that 21 years ago, Lara Dutta, Priyanka Chopra and Dia Mirza participated in Femina Miss India in 2000. During this, Lara Dutta also won Miss India Universe, Priyanka Chopra Miss India Universe as the first runner up and Dia Mirza became Miss India Asia Pacific.
This picture is of that special moment, in which all three are seen posing. Sharing this post, Dia wrote in the caption “The moment we all lived together in the year 2000 with Priyanka Chopra and Lara Dutta”.
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Share ki ladle’s picture
Recently, Dia Mirza shared a lovely picture on Instagram on the completion of four months of her beloved, in which the actress has also expressed the happiness of her son Avyan being four months old. Although the face of his beloved is not clearly visible in this picture. It can be seen that the child is holding his finger. During this, Diya called her son ‘Chhota Mowgli’ and said that the world is incomplete without him. Sharing this post, he wrote in the caption, “Our little Mowgli turns 4 months old today. God bless you to see the infinite beauty of this world and get acquainted with the magic of the world. The circle of my life is complete with you only.” Happens.” Along with this, he also put a heart emoji.
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