Sharing Unseen Picture From Wedding, Dia Mirza Speaks Of Her Pregnancy And Newly-Born Baby

Bollywood actor Dia Mirza got married to Vaibhav Rekhi in the month of February, this year. Their marriage was a private ceremony, attended by close friends and family members. There’s nothing surprising because Dia Mirza has always been hiding the status of her private life.

Moving on, on that note, Dia shared a picture on Instagram after six months of her marriage, where she was seen wearing a red handloom saree. The reason behind her sharing it today (August 7) is to celebrate National Handloom Day. Anyway, the picture was snapped, while she was entering her home after all the rituals, which was eventually observed.

See the picture here:

Below the picture, the actor captioned, “There is so much to love, respect, and treasure about our #IndianHandlooms!!! Have you ever witnessed our master craftsmen/women at work? It is easily one of the most spellbinding processes. The precision and fluidity with which those hands and feet move so perfectly synchronized with the rhythm of the loom creating poetry in motion… These craft forms are ours to celebrate every day. On National Handloom Day, 7th of August, let’s come together to celebrate the culturally rich and incredible textiles of India. Let’s appreciate the hands behind the looms that work meticulously to weave the finest of the fabrics.” To be informative, Dia and Vaibhav didn’t want to waste time on marriage outfits, and that’s why they shopped such outfits which they could use for other purposes in the future also.

Not just the marriage picture, but also Dia had one more surprise to share socially i.e., she gave birth to a boy on May 14, and named him Avyaan. She said, “Having arrived early, our little miracle has since then been cared for by tireless nurses and doctors in the Neonatal ICU. A sudden appendectomy during my pregnancy and a subsequent and very severe bacterial infection could have led to sepsis and proven to be life-threatening. Thankfully, the timely care and intervention by our doctor ensured the safe birth of our baby via an emergency C-section. As we watch this tiny being, this Zen master in awe and wonder, we learn from him, in all humility, the true meaning of trusting the universe and of parenthood. And to not be afraid, and so we humbly take the lead from his resilience and courage. We do not have enough words to thank all those who continue to help us live this story of hope and faith and create a safe, healing, nurturing space for Avyaan and me. He will be home soon and his elder sister Samaira and grandparents are waiting to hold him in their arms.”

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