Prior to her role in 2001’s romance drama Rehnaa Hai Terre Dil Mein the Hyderabad-born actress Dia Mirza worked as a model and was awarded the Miss Asia Pacific title a one year prior. Her age is 40 and is thrilled whenever filmmakers come up with roles to older actresses.
Additionally, she believes finding the right roles after turning 40, makes her feel empowered and empowered.
The past is ageism
The term “ageism” refers to a kind of social discrimination caused by one’s age. This is a grave problem, which can affect anyone of any age, but have most severe effects on seniors.
Everyone of any age could be more nervous and vulnerable regarding their physical and mental health. Also, people can feel disempowered through ageist humor and attitudes.
Ageism may take many forms but it is generally described as the notion that people who are over certain age groups should be treated differently than those younger. It can be categorized as benevolent, hostile or even accidental.
Parts specifically for actresses over 50 are written by film makers
Many filmmakers have been watching older people for some time and are bringing out their best. The best thing about this trend is that roles that are appropriate are given to the women. For a long time, women of all ages have had to be treated as inferior citizens. If they are able to think creatively it is possible to transform them to the star of their own shows. A good example is actress Dia Mirza. She made a name for herself with her role in 2001’s romantic-drama Rehnaa hai tera deewana something that became more noteworthy in the context of being model and won the Miss Asia Pacific title a few years earlier. Her latest project is as well in the upcoming magnum opus Bheed and Taapsee Pannu’s Dhak Dhak.
Getting the best parts after 40
Dia Mirza who became a renowned model who was awarded her the Miss Asia Pacific title a one year prior to the time of her Bollywood movie debut. Dia Mirza is delighted to have received more roles with age. Her upcoming film, Dhak Dhak stars her alongside Ratna Pathak Shah, Fatima Sana Shaikh and Sanjana Sanghi.
Dia’s experience of getting better acting roles once she reached 40 has been an inspiring example to actresses of women and a reminder that the age of one’s body and gender doesn’t have to limit the opportunities for success or achievement. Anything is possible by putting in the effort, persistence and determination.
The actress who was born in Hyderabad was a debutant in a film alongside Rehnaa the Ha Terre Dil Mein. Since then, she has appeared in several hits, including Dum, Tumko N Bhool Paayenge as well as Lage Raho Munna Bhai. In addition, she’s joined forces along with Thappad Co-Chairman Taapsee Pannu for her production film Dhak Dhak which is set for release in 2020.
Motherhood is a privilege
As the star Dia Mirza was a child woman, she soared to prominence in the form of Miss India back in 2000. She was not a believer that she could win a contest.
After turning 40, she claims that her acting skills have improved. It’s more enjoyable as well as interesting, she states.
The mother of all is her children. She’s a planner, a cook, driver, a counselor, a doctor , and a friend.
It’s an amazing role as a mother. You teach your children about the value of life, values, rules and discipline.
However, it can also be stress-inducing. The research has found that mothers are more likely to assume the more parental duties (like feeding or changing baby’ diapers).
It’s crucial to form your own community as you adjust to this new job. An entire group of individuals that can shoulder the heavy responsibility will make you the most happy and successful parent you can be.