After Nia Sharma, ex-Bigg Boss contestant Diadra Soares gets INTIMATE with female star

After Nia Sharma, ex-Bigg Boss contestant Diadra Soares gets INTIMATE with female star

By: || Updated: 19 May 2017 03:14 PM

Image courtesy - Spotboye.com

New Delhi: Last week Nia Sharma’s intimate video kissing co-actress Isha Sharma in web series ‘Twisted’ got viral. ‘Jamai Raja’ actress plays the role of supermodel that is lesbian in the web series.

Now after Nia, ex-Bigg Boss contestant Diandra Soares has gone bold and professional. She is making debut with web series Love, Life & Screw Ups, playing the role of a lesbian women.

According to news in an entertainment portal, “Diandra plays a character who is living a dual life. She is in love with a girl but is engaged to a man, due to family pressures.Famous theatre actor Dolly Thakore plays her mother. Interestingly, Dolly’s character is supposed to be an LGBT activist, but she has double standards when it comes to her own daughter’s life.”

Diandra will be seen locking lips with actress Mahi Sharma in upcoming episode.

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diandra 4 (Image Courtesy - Instagram, Spotboye)

While talking to Spotboye, director of the web series, Kapil said, “Initially I met Diandra for another role, which was a hot and sexy character and a flirt to the hilt. She liked the role, but our dates were not working out. Somehow our shoot got postponed and we connected again. But this time, I felt that to see her in Mansi's character will be more interesting. I narrated Mansi's character to her. She instantly liked it. I must say she is strong headed and courageous. As most of the actresses are shy about playing a lesbian and imagine this Diandra’s debut as an actress.”

Diandra also came into news when she was in Bigg Boss house for her romance with Gautam Gulati.

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