Actress Dia Mirza takes out time to associate with social causes when she is not pursuing an acting career, and she says it feels nice to be able to do the work you love and enjoy as a human being. Dia made her digital debut with a web series called "Kaafir" along with Mohit Raina a while back, and she is associated with the United Nations and the Save The Children foundation. "It's been a very interesting year for me. My last project Kaafir was really special. It was such a wonderful story and I feel glad and fortunate to be a part of that story. Dia Mirza Slams BCCI for Not Shifting Venue of India vs Bangladesh 1st T20I Despite Delhi’s Deteriorating Air Quality.
I am doing really exciting work in the near future as well. I had a great year with the UN (United Nations) and Save The Children foundation. It is nice to be able to do the work that you love, and to be able to continue to expand your opportunities in the areas you enjoy," said Dia, while interacting with the media at the launch of the social initiative Exceed Cares. Talking about her association with Exceed Cares, Dia said: "I really like spending time with kids. Abhijit Banerjee Wins Nobel Prize 2019 For Economic Sciences: Farhan Akhtar, Dia Mirza and Others Congratulate Indian-Origin Awardee.
Dia Mirza with Underprivileged Kids
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What a wonderful #Monday!!! Thank you #ExceedCares @angelxpressfoundation for this precious time with these very wise children from #Mumbai’s street situations/slums 💗 They taught us so much with their wisdom and joy! Can’t wait to be back and spend more time with them 🙏🏻 Afsar, this initiative of contributing a 100 man hours is invaluable and I am sure that Team Exceed and Exceed Talent will enjoy it just as much as we did today. Keep spreading JOY! #SDGs #GlobalGoals Thank you @myglobaldesi, @theiatekchandaney @jia_chauhan for painting my Monday Mustard ☀️ Braid by @sajzdot 💫 11.11
Today is really special because ‘Exceed Cares' and Angel Express has come together to work for the betterment of underprivileged and street kids. I feel really happy to be here where we teach these children life skills and things that will help them lead their lives. I also learnt a lot of things from them, so I really had fun spending time with them." In Bollywood, Dia will soon be seen in Anubhav Sinha's "Thappad" starring Taapsee Pannu.