Dia Mirza breaks down at Jaipur Literature Festival; Says the news of Kobe Bryant's death had upset her

Dia Mirza breaks down at a Literature Festival during a discussion on climate change after being upset over the news of Kobe Bryant's death.
Dia Mirza breaks down at a Literature Festival; Says the news of Kobe Bryant's death had upset herDia Mirza breaks down at a Literature Festival; Says the news of Kobe Bryant's death had upset her
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Dia Mirza attended the Jaipur Literature Festival on Monday. The actress is an ardent believer of climate change and has spoken about the same on various occasions. Raising awareness about climate change on social media, Dia has seldom urged the netizens to act responsibly in order to prevent climate change and save the mother earth. Being an environmental philanthropist herself, Dia makes sure to follow what she preaches. The actress celebrated Ganesh Chathurthi with a clay eco-friendly Ganesha idol and denounced burning fire-crackers on Diwali.

On her visit to the literature festival, Dia participated in a discussion on climate change. The actress broke down midway as she addressed the issue. One shouldn't be afraid of shedding tears. Its good to express everything you feel, Dia said in her speech. Refusing to wipe her tears with a paper napkin, she said it is okay to be an empath. On being asked about the same later, Dia revealed that the news of American basketball icon Kobe Bryant's death had made her emotional.

It was 3 am when the news alert popped up on her mobile screen. The actress had been following the basketball player for some time and was upset hearing about his accident. Her blood pressure was low which got her overwhelmed. Kobe Bryant and his teenage daughter Gianna Maria Onore Bryant were one of the nine people killed in the helicopter crash that took place a day ago in California. The chopper crashed into the hills above Calabasas which led to 9 casualties.

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She is next Suchitra Krushnamurti in the making.

Drama Queen.

Nautanki.

People seeking media attention at Kobe’s death are pathetic ones. As if Dia even knows the A, B or C about the NBA or basketball to even comment on Kobe.

what a lovely woman! she is so genuine and one can say she is a bit vulnerable at the moment and getting triggered with emotional outbursts easily. I can feel her vibes, her goodness.. she needs someone to hold her and comfort her. Love you Dia. It calls for a brave woman to show her emotions so openly.. lots of respect. Take care. Love, Rose

What an attention seeker!

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