She played an Indian young lady looking for her better half in America in her presentation film Cocktail (2011). In her second film, the late hit, Happy Bhag Jayegi, performing artist Diana Penty inspired everybody with her depiction of a Punjabi young lady. Why has the previous model not taken up any impressive look in both of her film?
"When I do these profound established residential area parts, I cherish them. I need to be that individual that I am not acquainted with. This gives me the chance to carry on with that life," says Penty, who is conceived and raised in Mumbai and ruled the incline before entering Bollywood.
The 30-year-old performing artist feels she originates from an alternate world and assuming the part of a residential community young ladies captivates her.
"I figure the world I have originated from is extremely urban and in the wake of displaying for such a variety of years I am accustomed to living with a specific indication of marvelousness regular. I have been carrying on with a more western way of life. Not that I dress to handle ordinary but rather it's not energizing for me," she says.