Mirza vs Mirza: Dia, Sania Get Into A Twitter Spat

Sania Mirza and Dia Mirza - Sakshi Post

Sania Mirza's comments about posting food pictures and cooking videos during this time of crisis as inappropriate, led to a mild spat between Bollywood actress Dia Mirza and Sania Mirza on Twitter.

The tennis star who took to her Twitter handle on Saturday, stated that there are hundreds of thousands of people starving in the world due to lack of food. The lock down effect has seen a surge in many netizens and Bollywood celebrities sharing cooking videos on their social media pages as they are in self quarantine.These videos have not gone down well with Sania.

Take a look at her tweet here:

When Dia Mirza came across Sania's tweet, she couldn't resist and responded to it asking her not to be judgemental.

Take a look her reply here:

Later Sania defended her earlier tweet and cleared it to Dia that she wasn't judging anyone and stressed the importance of being grateful.

Here's Sania's tweet:

B-town actress Yami Gautam also extended her support to Dia's tweet and replied.

However, Dia ended the conversation on a positive note. Have a look.

Many netizens reacted to both Dia and Sania's posts and said that both of them are right in their own ways.

Sania would be the third celebrity to have voiced her opinion with the kind of posts that have been trending on social media during the time of the lockdown. Earlier, Farah Khan and Diljit Dosanjh too had shared posts saying that they were getting tired of watching people put up workout videos, while the pandemic continues to spread.

Dia Mirza who is also a UN missionary expressed concern over the COVID-19 outbreak. Along with several other celebrities and entrepreneurs who are advocates and alumni of United Nations (UN) Secretary-General's Sustainable Development Goals (SDG), she hoped that aid reaches the remotest corners of the world. The "Kaafir" actress further said that "International, national and local response to the COVID 19 scare must be structured with a focal point to make healthcare accessible to all people, especially those living on the fringes of society, marginalised by economic inequality. Each of us can do our bit by staying home, staying safe and by recognising how fortunate we are that we can, while many struggle to gain access to essentials and the basics to sustain health and life".

Also Read: Sania Mirza Unhappy With Cooking Posts On Social Media

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