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Dia Mirza on ‘endless wait’ in her career, need to re-introduce herself to casting directors: ‘I want to work’

Even though Dia Mirza has been a part of the entertainment industry for more than 23 years, she feels the need to reintroduce herself because she feels as though she is still waiting for excellent work and good movies. Rehna Hai Tere Dil Mein, which is still regarded as one of the purest and most beautiful Bollywood rom-coms, was one of the actress’s most well-known roles.

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Now, during a recent media interview, Dia was open and honest about the challenging time in her career and how she approached casting directors and producers to inquire for work.

“Heartache when your stories don’t find audiences, heartache when your stories don’t find producers, heartache when you are just waiting endlessly for someone to send work your way,” Dia Mirza said in an interview, listing all the heartaches she has been experiencing as a result of her films failing to connect with the public. It is very challenging. Every time you say, “Okay, this movie!” Because everyone has enjoyed it and appreciated my contribution, which will lead to more work coming my way,” and suddenly you find yourself chiselling away at the stone block once more while pleading and waiting. I’ve come to terms with the fact that I have to wait forever.

Dia Mirza continued the conversation by explaining how her career changed for the worse after she called Rajkumar Hirani to ask for a job. Her production company launched Bobby Jasoos in 2014, and in 2018, she returned to the big screen with Sanju. She also garnered praise for her work in Kaafir, and she is currently preparing for Bheed.

I want to work with you.

Sanju was my supplemental oxygen, the actress said when asked about that phone conversation.  actually required it. she recall that Raju is a buddy, so I called him for the first time in my professional life and asked him to put me in his film. I want to be in a movie and I need a job, but I can’t find one. I passed the test after they liked what they saw, and I was given the job. Because I’m shy and making those calls makes me feel really uneasy, I had never done it before.  “I want to work with you.”

Dia Mirza is now happy to chase the casting directors for films. Good for her. What are your thoughts about actors and actresses asking for roles to the directors and producers? Let us know!


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