She followed this success up with her Bollywood debut with 2001’s Rehnaa Hai Terre Dil Me, which unfortunately couldn’t do as well at the box office as she had hoped.However, she had made an instant impact in the hearts of her fans, who would from that time onwards support and follow one of Bollywood’s most beautiful actresses.[Read More: Sridevi Boney Kapoor’s Marriage]Various subsequent movie appearances like 2001’s Deewanapan, 2003’s Dum and various others – Tumko Na Bhool Payenge, Tumsa Nahin Dekha, Parineeta, Dus, Lage Raho Munnabhai among others which won her the legions of fans remain with her even today, even though she has taken extended breaks from her acting and forayed into different ventures.Dia complemented the sharara with a golden jacket that just about completed her look as the resplendent bride.The chattarpur farmhouse was beautifully decorated, with the beautifully arranged – with lilies and orchids being the highlights of the décor.Post wedding festivities were in order, and for this special occasion Dia looked absolutely stunning as she positively glowed in a peach and gold Shantanu and Nikhil lehenga.The diamond and emerald jewellery was the icing on the cake, and given that venue was decked out in beautiful décor of matching colors, this is our favorite look of Dia’s with respect to the entire wedding.” “To explain what I love the most about her is very simple, she is pure.She is very giving and and gives it with all heart.
I’m blessed to have an understanding partner like her”“I am very happy. It was a dream wedding, in the best possible way”They subsequently went on to be spotted together at various parties, functions, red carpets and other events.Sahil matched her all the way looking classy as ever in a black bandhgala coat – making for one very happy looking couple.[Read More: Full-arm Mehndi designs you can’t miss] After much delay and confusion caused by their joint work commitments of their production firm, the wedding finally took place on October 18, in New Delhi’s chattarpur farm.Dia Mirza looked every bit the beauty queen in a beige and green sharara designed by none other than superstar couturier Ritu Kumar, while Sahil opted for a Raghavendra Rathore creation – an achkan in a gorgeous off white color in silk linen.[Read More: Sabyasachi Bridal Lehengas to Sashay in Style]Dia clarified that since she wasn’t getting married in Hyderabad, she wanted to add a bit of Hyderabadi flavor to the wedding, and she specifically chose her particular outfit because it made her feel like a Hyderabadi bride.Dia Mirza was born Dia Handrich to Deepa and Frank Handrich in the city of Hyderabad.Her father who separated from her mother when Dia was just four years old, was a German graphic and industrial designer and artist, and her mother a Bengali Hindu who worked as an interior designer and landscaper.