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Hottie Diana Penty sipping the ‘Cocktail’ of stardom–even after nine years !

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Nine years ago, the slim, spunky actress-model Diana Penty portrayed her endearing character ‘Meera’ on screen with utmost ease and proved her flair for acting with her maiden outing itself – Chaitanya Padukone

From her winsome simplicity to her commitment, Meera, ( in ‘Cocktail movie’) still remains one of the most loved and appreciated on screen-characters.

The entertaining yet bold rom-com drama evergreen super-hit movie ‘Cocktail ( 2012) directed by the affable Homi Adajania, co-produced by Dinesh Vijan, had two heroines Deepika Padukone and film-debutante Diana Penty sparring their acting and romancing-seductive talents over a common interest dude lover-boy played by Saif Ali Khan .

Curiously enough, Diana who shares her birthday ( November 2nd) with the King Khan ( Shah Rukh) had merited a worthy nomination for the Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut in ‘Cocktail’.

There was no looking back for star glam-girl Diana after giving a blockbuster hit with Saif Ali Khan and mega-star Deepika Padukone.

The film became an instant hit at the box office, and Diana, with her character ‘Meera’, acquired a special place in everyone’s heart.

Over the years, the svelte Diana Penty who has talent ‘a-plenty’ has given some of the most adorable and progressive female characters to Bollywood.

From Harpreet “Happy” Kaur of ‘Happy Bhaag Jayegi’ to Gayatri Kashyap of ‘Lucknow Central,’ the versatility of Diana has been phenomenal.

Diana also left both critics and the audience highly impressed with her role as Capt. Ambalika Bandopadhyay in Parmanu: The Story of Pokhran.

As the stunning actress Diana celebrates nine years in Bollywood, her ardent fans wish to watch more of her on the big screen.

Hailed for her powerhouse performances, Diana will now venture into Malayalam cinema with ‘Salute,’ starring alongside heart-throb Dulquer Salmaan. She will also be seen in a much-awaited film, ‘Shiddat: Journey Beyond Love’.

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