Halle Berry, Dia Mirza bond in India

Dia on Thursday shared a photograph of herself along with singer Ananya Birla and Berry.

Published: 10th November 2017 11:46 AM  |   Last Updated: 10th November 2017 11:46 AM   |  A+A-

Image | Twitter/Dia Mirza

By IANS

MUMBAI: Actress-producer Dia Mirza met and spoke to Oscar winning Hollywood star Halle Berry here and says she is a warm and intelligent woman.

Dia, a former Miss Asia-Pacific, reportedly bonded with the former James Bond girl over climate change at a private event here.

Dia on Thursday shared a photograph of herself along with singer Ananya Birla and Berry.

"The world is getting smaller and girls are owning their place. Ananya Birla and I with the most amazing Halle Berry today," Dia wrote alongside the image, in which Berry is seen in a white ensemble.

"What a warm, intelligent, gracious woman. India loves you Halle! Can't wait to have you back. It was such a joy speaking with you," Dia added. 

Birla tweeted: "You're an inspiration Halle Berry."

Before meeting Dia, Berry, who is known for films like "Monster's Ball" and "Die Another Day", strolled on the roads of Mumbai. She shared on Instagram two photographs from her visit -- one captured a skyline full of high-rises with the sun rays adding an orange tinge to the sky, and another in which she is seen roaming around carefree.

Her visit comes amidst no pre-publicity. Last year, actors Will Smith and Brad Pitt had come to India and surprised the paparazzi.
 

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