But taking them up requires time, which Dia has been devoting to her production house. “It was a rare experience,” Dia told CS, “I would absolutely love working in another (regional film) as the Bengali film was a wonderful curve in my growth.”
The actress adds that as you grow older, you become more secure and willing to take risks. “Then you take on things that appeal to your sensibility and not necessarily for the sake of having some work,” she says. Well, Dia sure seems to be heading in the right direction.
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