Before starring in the 2001 romantic comedy Rehnaa Hai Terre Dil Mein the Hyderabad-born actress Dia Mirza worked as a model and was awarded the Miss Asia Pacific title a year before. Now at the age of 40, she she’s thrilled to hear that directors write for roles that are suited to older women actors.
Also, she believes that having the most successful roles at reaching 40 years old makes her feel ‘liberated’ and “empowered”.
The past of ageism
Ageism is a type of social discrimination that is determined by age. It is a serious issue and can be a problem for all ages, but tends to is most detrimental to seniors.
Because of this, people from all ages might feel less confident and more vulnerable with regards to their mental and physical well-being. Also, people can feel disempowered through ageist humor and attitudes.
Ageism comes in many varieties, it typically refers to the belief that all people over a certain age is treated differently than those younger than that age. It is classified by benevolent, hostile or unintentional.
Filmmakers create parts for actresses who are older
A lot of filmmakers have been watching the elderly for a while and have begun to bring out their best. The most appealing aspect of this change is that roles that are appropriate are given to them. Women of all ages were treated as second-class citizens during the past. You can make them the main character of your TV show using a dash of ingenuity. Dia Mirza is an excellent illustration. She was an actor for Rehnaa Hi Tera Dina, deewana 2001 she was also the Miss Asia Pacific winner a one year before. The actress is now starring for the second time in Anubhav Sinha’s forthcoming masterpiece Bheed as well as Taapsee Pannu’s Dhak Dhak.
The most stunning parts of you
Dia Mirza who is a popular model who won her the Miss Asia Pacific title a one year prior to her Bollywood first film, has been amazed at the way she’s been given better roles as she ages. Her upcoming film, Dhak Dhak stars her alongside Ratna Pathak Shah, Fatima Sana Shaikh and Sanjana Sanghi.
Dia’s success in getting many roles in the acting field at the age of 40 has been an inspirational source for female actors working in the field. This also helps encourage them to remember that gender or age should not be the only factors that limit your possibilities. Anything is possible by putting in the effort, persistence and commitment.
The actress, who was born in Hyderabad and made her acting debut on film with Rehnaa Ha Terre Dil Mein. Since then, she has appeared in many hits, including Dum, Tumko N Bhool Paayenge and Lage Raho Munna Bhai. For her film Dhak Dhak, she’ll be joined by Thappad actor Taapsee Pantnu. The film is scheduled to be released in cinemas by 2020.
Being a mom
When she was a child actress, Dia Mirza became famous with the title of Miss India 2000. In reality, she didn’t believe in winning a competition.
The actress has had a lot of fun in her acting as she reaches 40. It’s more enjoyable and interesting, she says.
A mother is everything her children, an organizer, cook, a driver, counseling, medical professional and an ally.
Being a mother is an amazing role. It teaches your kids the importance of life the rules, values, morals and discipline.
However, it can also be quite stressful. The research has found that mothers often take on the more parental duties (like feeding babies and changing their diapers).
It’s important to build an entire community around you as you transition into this new position. You will be happy and happy as a parent if are surrounded by a group of people who can be able to handle the responsibilities.