When I met Dia Mirza for this interview, she was dressed in a yellow kurti and cream churidar, and looked very pretty and relaxed with her hair loose and casual. She has a lot going on in her life but remains Zen calm.
On the marriage front, she announces, “Sahil Sangha and I will be married by October this year. The date has been finalised but we will announce it later.”
For now, however, Dia is concentrating on the release of her second production, Bobby Jaasoos, in which she is absent as an actress and has instead decided to let Vidya Balan hold centrestage. Confident of her creation, she says, “This story has flowed in my veins for two years now. We spent two years to bring Bobby Jasoos alive and we have come up with something superb. The thought of a female detective in itself was unique.”
Surprised by the announcement of several other detective films, Dia marvels, “It was unbelievable that when we were starting with our work, other producers were also attempting detective films.”