I dedicate my first Bengali film to my mom: Dia Mirza
Bollywood actress Dia Mirza who started her Bollywood career in 2001 with ‘Rehna Hai Tere Dil Mein’, has now worked in a Bengali film ‘’Paanch Adhyay’. The actress has dedicated her first Bengali film ‘’Paanch Adhyay’ to her mother.
Talking to media, Dia Mirza said, “It is my first Bengali and my first regional film ever. I dedicate this to my mother, who is a Bengali. She is turning 60 this year and it was a very special moment for me when she saw the movie and said ‘this is the best birthday gift you could have ever given me’.”
Dia Mirza was sharing her views after the film was shown in the 14th Mumbai Film Festival on Tuesday.
Meanwhile, ‘Paanch Adhyay’ is film critic turned director Pratim Das Gupta’s first film.
The film has a story of found and lost in the lives of a contemporary Indian couple.
Further, actress Dia Mirza said, “My character Ishita is not serious but is a very mature woman. Something which I have not played earlier. It is diametrically opposite to the kind of roles I have played till now.”
The Bengali film ‘’Paanch Adhyay’ casts Dia Mirza and Priyanshu Chatterjee, Soumitra Chatterjee and Sampurna Lahiri.