Diana Penty, the gorgeous Bollywood actor we know of is a ravishing Mumbaite, born and raised in the financial capital to a Parsi father and a Christian mother. Her claim to fame began in the year 2005 with a modeling stint, where she walked the ramp for Trussardi and Ferre- Italian designers at the much talked about India-Italy festival 2006.
She then went on to work with Maybelline and took over from the erstwhile ambassador, Bollywood actor Deepika Padukone as the brand ambassador, and also the face of Garnier India. It was in 2008 when Bollywood noticed her, but recognition came in the year 2012 when the actress made baby steps into the silver screen world and worked for as a lead in COCKTAIL- Homi Adajania’s 2012 blockbuster. This was her launching pad which made her famous and noticed, having quite a number of accolades and awards coming to her kitty.
Diana Penty did not give up modeling even when she stepped into Bollywood; she still is seen at various launches and fashion weeks across the nation and some parts of the world, and meticulously chooses her movies too, turning down some because of low quality and standards.
2 November 1985
Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
Actress and Model
Sun Sign (Horoscope)
Workout, traveling, and Reading, Dancing
St. Agnes High School in Mumbai
Bachelor’s degree in Mass Media from St. Xavier’s College
1.78 m or 5’10” inches
Bra Cup Size
Boyfriend and Affairs:
Harsh Sagar (Rumors)
Chicken curry, rice and daal, chocolates, Maggi
Czech Republic and Italy
Aamir Khan, Abhishek Bachchan and Boman Irani, Amitabh Bachan
Brown rice with chicken curry, fish curry, dal, vegetables
Chicken with rotis or veggies with four rotis
Diana Penty said about her diet plan:
“I can’t function without a good breakfast, so a platter of fruit along with a cup of tea, followed by eggs and brown bread, is essential. Lunch is usually a large plate of rice—I love rice—dal, chicken curry and vegetables. At teatime, I eat a sandwich, with either a chicken or cheese and tomato filling. I make sure dinner is my lightest meal of the day, and it usually includes some protein and vegetables or salad.”