Dia Mirza opens up on divorce with Sahil Sangha; reveals they by no means 'commodified' their relationship

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Dia Mirza on divorce with Sahil Sangha & 

Dia Mirza has by no means been an actress to mince her phrases. Whether it is talking about preserving nature or animal rights, the Love Breakup Zindagi star has all the time urged us to be extra conscious and pay heed to our environment. Over the previous few days, Dia has been taking to her social media deal with to induce her follows to be indoors and cater to these in want throughout these testing instances.

During a current interplay with Zoom Tv, Dia was quizzed on how she braved her divorce with Sahil Sangha. She additionally addressed that as a pair, the duo all the time ensured to maintain each facet of their relationship very non-public and private. She stated, “I think these things are so relative. It’s so much about that kind of people you are. I had to acknowledge the fact that umm its people in a very public space, we were ding events together, we had so many people in the industry, consciously. I think one thing we didn’t do is use our relationship for commercial purposes. We never commodified our relationship, consciously. We never did photoshoots for magazines, ads together we didn’t do this because we believed we needed to keep the space, that was necessary.”

Dia went on to elaborate that after saying their divorce, folks reached out to the couple with ‘real heartache’ who additionally dropped messages to the couple as effectively; it was from the assist of their shut ones that they derived power. 

Dia additionally went on to share the significance of respect and that is a lesson each couple can take from the actress. Dia went on so as to add that “We’ve not allowed anyone into our sphere to be disrespected. For us, to have respected each other and still continuing to, shows that respect and hopefully we will always be there. That gives you a lot of strength, you realise that end of the day, what really hurts people a lot is not picking up the thread and restructuring your life because everything changes.”

While we take pleasure in watching Dia on the large display screen, it is her clever phrases on relationships that we are able to ponder over this weekend. 

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