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Sahil Sangha really loves Dia it really shows when he is talking about their relationship.This is what he said when asked “what is the best thing about his wife?Dia Mirza wedding still generates a lot of interest, even though the marriage took place on October 18th, 2014. Dia Mirza, is a veritable beauty queen, who has in addition, in her possession the altogether desirable traits of business acumen, acting skills and a penchant for social work.It is no wonder then that the Dia Mirza and Sahil Sangha wedding continues to retain so much interest, but first let’s preface the story of their wedding with some context.It was a classic case of love at first sight, and even though the future husband and wife to be did not know what was to follow in their lives.Sahil and Dia together own a film production company called Born Free Entertainment, which much to the chagrin of Dia’s legions of fans, meant that she would be foraying into film production and take longer breaks from acting.Upon his return to India, Sahil worked with Sunil Manchanda of MAD films fame, and was the assistant director for 2007’s John Abraham starrer, Salaam-e-Ishq.
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.Their first meeting was officially related to a business discussion, and was arranged by Vikram Phadnis, who Sahil had worked with on Salaam-e-Ishq.It is reported that Sahil went to see Dia about a script that he wanted her to consider.Sahil Sangha on the other hand comes from Sikh origins, and is well versed in marketing and advertising, with a degree from New York University.He worked at Random House, one of the biggest publishers in the world.
Dia had chosen to wear Ritu Kumar for her mehndi ceremony – a chanderi anarkali in deep marigold yellow, which Ritu Kumar said was styled in the likeness of the kurta’s worn in the courts of Agra in the 15th century.