Dia Mirza & Her Stepdaughter Samaira Give This Insta Trend Their Own Take & It’s Hella Cute

KanupriyaKanupriya  |  Jan 10, 2022
Dia Mirza & Her Stepdaughter Samaira Give This Insta Trend Their Own Take & It’s Hella Cute


Dia Mirza’s Instagram handle is one happy place right now. She recently shared the first glimpse of her son, Avyaan Azaad Rekhi, with her fans and his adorable video blew our minds. Now, she has dropped another clip with her stepdaughter, Samaira Rekhi, and it is winning our hearts. The two look hella cute in matching outfits and their dance moves are simply perfect.

The video starts with a beautiful view of the evening sky and then focuses on Dia and Samaira. The ladies have created a reel on the latest Instagram trend and danced on Akon’s Bananza (Belly Dancer). Take a look:

In the caption, the actress wrote, “Be wild. Be free. Be you. May we always dance together @samairarekhi 🐯🤍.” Dia and the young kid look amazing in lavender night suits by Dandelion. They’re totes in sync and we’re loving their chemistry.

One user dropped a sweet comment and wrote, “Cuties. Soon baby Avyaan will be joining in too.” Dia replied, “Yaaaaassss” and now, we cannot wait to watch the adorable trio on our ‘Gram. Dia’s mother-in-law, Poonam Rekhi, also commented on the video and wrote, “My darling dancing beauties! Lavender lovelies! Your joy is infectious!” Her daughter-in-law had a sweet reply and she said, “Dancing makes our time at home happy. We miss you.”


Dia shares quite a close bond with Samaira and has often given us a glimpse of it on her Instagram handle. The 12-year-old also accompanied her father, Vaibhav Rekhi, and the actress to their honeymoon in the Maldives.

Samaira and Dia appeared together in another reel earlier and the latter had a hella sweet caption for it. She wrote, “Sunday Shenanigans with #MyBestie 😍😜😅.” Well, it’s clear that the two really are each other BFFs and we find this relationship extremely beautiful.

We hope to see more fun reels of these two soon!

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