Diana Penty's Gown Gets More Attention Than Her Last Film Did.

Blog By mariam  |  24-11-17

She can give a run to Deepika Padukone!

#4 Diana's Looking Designer

Cocktail starer Diana Penty was far from limelight these days. She was busy having a great time at the International Film Festival Of India (IFFI) in Goa.

Diana was looking stunning at red carpet event. Her stylist Nidhi Jacobs made her really proud when she put her in a gorgeous designer from Gaurav Gupta. There's no doubt that Diana shone like the star.

Gotta feel great in @gauravguptaofficial 😍 #IFFI #IFFI2017 #IFFIGoa

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#3 Flawless Dress

Actress is looking gorgeous in her green gown with flowing drapes and a golden belt to hold it all together. Her beautiful sleeves of out the statement sleeve with twisted embroidery!

The ever graceful @dianapenty at the red carpet for the opening ceremony at #IFFI2017

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#2 Daina's hits and flops

#2 Daina's hits and flops

She created a storm on social media. For styling we always need spray and gel, but Daina's hair doesn't need anything and its looking well dressed. Apart from her red carpet appearances, Diana is also busy in her Bollywood projects.

She was last seen in the movie Lucknow Central, which was a huge flop in box office. She gave us hits like Cocktail and Happy Bhaag Jayegi.
Talking about the failure of the movie she said, "Unfortunately, it got lost along the way. But these [ failures] are experiences you learn from and grow with. They motivate you to work harder."


#1 Daina spoke about her next

#1 Daina spoke about her next

Now Diana is preparing for Happy Bhaag Jayegi 2, a sequel to her last successful movie. Director Anand L Rai have started working on the sequel and the team has also got Sonakshi Sinha to be a part of this movie.

Daina also said that, "I am excited to play 'Happy' all over again! I loved playing this character that is so different from me in real life. But at the same time it has been the biggest challenge for me so far."








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