Setting fans’ hearts aflutter with her killer looks on Saturday night, Bollywood diva Diana Penty raised the glam quotient in a sultry black ensemble. Treating fans to her hot and sexy look, Diana landed with the “hottie” tag from best friends Dia Mirza and Aditi Rao Hydari. Also Read - Shreya Ghoshal Reveals Her Baby's Name in a Beautiful Instagram Post, Dia Mirza-Neha Kakkar Comment
Taking to her Instagram handle, Diana shared the picture featuring her in a black ankle-length dress that flaunted her well-toned legs courtesy the thigh-high sheer material. Completing her look with a pair of black heels, Diana added a luscious pink lip tint to enhance her look. She captioned the picture, “#SaturdayNight (sic)” and while Dia commented, “Hello hottie (sic)” with a heart-eyed emoji, Aditi reiterated, “Such a hottie (sic).” Also Read - Preggers Dia Mirza Says Covid-19 Vaccines Not Tested on Pregnant Women, Has Been Advised To Not Take Inoculation
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On the professional front, Diana was last seen in the song Sheher ki Ladki, alongside rapper Baadshah, for the film Khandaani Shafakhana. She will next be seen in Kunal Deshmukh’s romantic movie, Shiddat: Journey Beyond Love.
Shiddat also stars Sunny Kaushal, Radhika Madan and Mohit Raina. Currently shooting for the same, Diana shared with a news agency, “It’s an intense love story, which is something I’ve never attempted before. So I’m really looking forward to it. It’s also really special as I’ll be working with the Maddock team again for the first time after ‘Cocktail’.”
While Radhika is paired opposite Sunny, Mohit will be seen with Diana in the film produced by Dinesh Vijan, who has delivered three hits Hindi Medium, Stree and Luka Chuppi. The film will be shot across Punjab, Paris and London. According to a source, the story has been written by Sridhar Raghavan and Dheeraj Rattan.
Dinesh had earlier said in a statement, “I got married recently, so I’m feeling it, but on a serious note in our day and age where love is taken so lightly, it’s difficult to imagine the lengths people would go to for it. ‘Shiddat’ is not only a story about love but the distance one travels for it. The passion that overcomes… Maybe all senses or logic to do things that you wouldn’t usually imagine, the belief in something with all your heart and the drive to achieve it- that’s ‘Shiddat’.”