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Dia Mirza gets trolled for crying during discussion on climate change; netizens say, ‘overacting ki dukaan’

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 28 January 2020, 15:58 IST

Dia Mirza’s tears have become real trouble for her as it doesn’t go down well with cybernauts. Recently, the Bollywood actress has come to light when she broke down during a panel discussion on climate change at the Jaipur Literature Festival on January 27.

The moment when Dia cried camera captured it and the video has gone viral on all social media. On Monday, her video has become the trend on Twitter as netizens were busy discussing on Diya Mirza’s tears. People have written some nasty comments on her viral clip.

Know what Diya said:


"Don't hold back from being an empath. Don't be afraid of shedding your tears. Feel it. Feel the full extent of everything. It's good. It gives us strength. It does. And this is not a performance." She also refused to take a paper napkin after being offered one.

Soon after this video posted online, Internet users have started trolling her by invoking teen environmental activist Greta Thunberg.

Many called her ‘sasti Greta Thunberg”. While some called her overacting ki dukan.


After the discussion, Dia was also asked about the reason why she broke down. She replied that the news of NBA legend Kobe Bryant’s death made her emotional.

"My day started really well yesterday (January 26). At around 3 (early morning), this news alert came on my phone for a very big player, an NBA player who I followed for a while. His chopper crashing in California disturbed me. It really upset me. There are different things that upset us on different days, but we take care of ourselves. I was overwhelmed because my blood pressure was low," Dia said.

Kobe Bryant and his 13-year-old daughter Gianna were killed in a helicopter crash in California on January 26.

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First published: 28 January 2020, 15:58 IST