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Having done films as different as chalk and cheese, actress Diana Penty of "Cocktail" fame says she would love to do a thriller and a "full action film".

Actress Diana Penty has come out in support of women who are speaking about their sexual harassment experiences, saying she is proud of today's women as it takes immense courage to talk about such issues.

People often associate the world of Bollywood with glamour, glitz, money and fame, but in reality, how things work in the film industry is quite similar to other industries.

Much like the first film, Happy Bhag Jayegi (2016), the upcoming sequel, Happy Phirr Bhag Jayegi, promises to be a comedy of errors - a clear case of mistaken identity between two girls named Happy, who cross over the border resulting in a series of crazy episodes.

After the success of Happy Bhag Jayegi, Eros International and Aanand L Rai's Colour Yellow Productions are set to take the viewers on a happy ride yet again, with their latest offering, Happy Phirr Bhag Jayegi..

Actor Diana Penty has finally got a much-needed hit in the form of Parmanu: The Story of Pokhran.

Actor Diana Penty, whose latest release Parmanu garnered a great response, has emerged wiser from her tryst with Bollywood and it’s rat race.
 

Diana Penty successfully debuted in Bollywood with Cocktail in 2012, but she had to wait for five years for her next release, Happy Bhaag Jayegi.

Having made one of the most talked about debuts in Hindi films, Diana Penty was the subject of discussion when the blockbuster Cocktail (2012) released.

Actor Diana Penty, who started her Bollywood career with masala entertainers, such as, Cocktail (2012) and Happy Bhag Jayegi (2016), shifted her focus to more content-driven films recently.

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