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Actor-environmentalist Dia Mirza, who could soon pen a new book on the "unsung" foot soldiers of conservation in India, said here that her literary tastes have evolved over the past years.

A poetry collection, "The Sound of Silence", composed by debut author Akanksha G. Mittal explores the themes of love, longing, and liberation, and was launched by actor Dia Mirza here.

Actress Dia Mirza, who will play a pivotal role in Nikkhil Advani's "Moghuls" -- a historical show adapted from a novel -- says it's a great joy to essay a character from history.

On World Elephant Day, the brand ambassador of Wildlife Trust of India, recalls her childhood days when the sight of a chained elephant in zoo pained her, and why years later she started working for their cause.

It's a fact that the pollution caused by plastic far outweighs the convenience it offers.

Dia Mirza is playing Sanjay Dutt’s wife, Maanayata, in Sanju. The film has Ranbir Kapoor in the lead.

Our favourite stars—Varun Dhawan, Dia Mirza, Jacqueline Fernandez, Salman Khan among others—were out in full force, promoting their films, championing causes or going about their daily routine.

Actor Dia Mirza has been a champion of environmental causes. From taking part in cleaning drives at beaches in Mumbai to advocating for animal welfare rights, Mirza is also the UN Environment's Goodwill Ambassador for India.

As cyclone Phailin engulfs the east coast of India and shakes up the entire nation, like everyone else, actors and filmmakers raise their concern and pray in solidarity for those affected.

Rubbishing reports that she has split with beau Sahil Sangha after their wedding was put on hold recently, actor Dia Mirza told a Mumbai tabloid that health issues in Sahil's family led to the delay.