Dia Mirza accuses Vistara of not helping after her flight gets cancelled

Actress Diya Mirza was among several passengers on the Vistara plane who complained to the airline about the lack of assistance after the flight was canceled on Friday. Diya revealed her grievances to her Twitter account early Saturday morning, revealing that she and other passengers had lost their luggage for quite some time. Read More | Diya Mirza brings her son Avon in the sets of Dhak Dhak, calling it the ‘perfect start to the work day’. Look at the pictures

In a tweet posted at 3am, Diya was diverted from Mumbai to Delhi to land a Vistara flight UK 940 in Jaipur and was asked to wait. The actor said he and other passengers waited for three hours inside the plane. He said, “There is no one to give any assistance or answers to the Airport Authority or Vistara. Where are our bags? @airvistara @AAI_Official. ”

Diya complains to Mirza Vistara.
Diya complains to Mirza Vistara.

Meanwhile, at 10:37 pm on Friday night, Vistara tweeted that the aircraft was diverted to Jaipur due to bad weather in Delhi. In the comments, several passengers complained that they were not given any help after the flight was canceled after a long wait.

One wrote, “The plane landed in Jaipur around 23:00 and we got on the plane until 2:15. We were then informed that the flight was canceled and the passengers were asked to make their own arrangements for Delhi. @airvistara @JM_Scindia. We need help. “In response to the tweet, Vistara said there was an alternative arrangement for all passengers. Another passenger commented, “OMG! It took more than an hour to get our bags back after Deplan. @airvistara. Why did you make us go through this ordeal? Another requested food and water for passengers on board the flight.

Diya was recently filming Dhak Dhak in Greater Noida, this time with her one-year-old son Avyan Azad Reiki. It also stars Dhak Dhak, Fatima Sana Sheikh, Ratna Pathak Shah and Sanjana Sanghi, co-produced by actor Taapsee Pannu and directed by Tarun Dudeja. It tells the story of four women and their struggle to change their lives at the world’s top motorbike pass and is set to hit theaters in 2023.

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