Cheerful Phirr Bhag Jayegi performer Diana Penty says trying a comic part is very trying for her, yet she adores playing such characters as it encourages her to develop as an artiste.
“I think comic drama is hard to perform in light of the fact that keeping up the suddenness is an undertaking,” Diana, who will before long be seen in Happy Phirr Bhag Jayegi, told IANS.
“Particularly when we are completing a situational parody film like Happy Phirr Bhag Jayegi which is loaded up with jokes, it is essential to keep up the unconstrained vitality constantly. since it is scripted and there are times when we complete a ton of taking of a similar shot, the immediacy may go down,” she included.
Diana, who has assumed a bunch of parts in her six-year travel in Bollywood like the young lady adjacent Meera from Cocktail, noisy Punjabi young lady Harpreet in Happy Bhag Jayegi and Captain Ambalika in Parmanu: The Story of Pokhran, says as a performing artist she needs to clutch “that vitality; that is testing.”
The 32-year-old performing artist will by and by article the part of Harpreet Happy Kaur in the film, which is the continuation of Happy Bhag Jayegi that discharged in 2016.
Inquired as to whether bringing back a similar character on screen was extreme, she stated: “At first I suspected as much since we shot the first in 2015. It is very nearly three years now, yet I think once I began perusing the content once more, that character returned to me… That uproar, franticness of Happy!”
The new expansion to the film is on-screen character Sonakshi Sinha. Diana says it was extremely decent working with her.
“In spite of the fact that I knew her, by one means or another we had never spoken… So, we first appropriately met amid the shooting of our film. She is dazzling and rational… There was a unity on set among every one of us.”
Aside from Diana and Sonakshi, Happy Phirr Bhag Jayegi likewise includes Jassi Gill and Jimmy Sheirgill. It is slated to discharge on August 24.