Her tweet garnered varied reactions from her followers. Filmmaker Amoghavarsha wrote, “If you’ve changed your profile pic it’ll take a week or so for the blue tick to reappear.” To which Dia replied, “Have not changed profile picture.”
Another follower wrote, “It’s unfortunate that Twitter is seeking charges for authenticating and verifying users while they are bound to do it and also it’s shameful how they deprive users who add value to their platform and contribute to the society but promptly honour non-legit and trolls with blue ticks just for (money bag emoji).”
A fan replied, “You don’t need a blue tick. Everyone knows you. You are a good soul.”
This tweet comes shortly after Twitter removed blue ticks from legacy accounts that have not purchased its paid blue tick service. Several celebrities including Amitabh Bachchan, Virat Kohli, Shah Rukh Khan among others had lost their blue ticks on April 21.
On the work front, Dia will soon be seen in Dhak Dhak sharing screen with Ratna Pathak Shah, Fatima Sana Shaikh, and Sanjana Sanghi. Helmed by Tarun Dudeja, the film narrates an adventurous story of a road trip undertaken by a girl gang.