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Diana reveals her military look

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Saturday, July 15, 2017

After portraying a simple Meera in Cocktail and a fun Happy in Happy Bhaag Jayegi, actress Diana Penty is now excited to play a military officer in the upcoming film Parmanu — The Story Of Pokhran.

Diana took to Twitter on July 9 to share her first look, where she is seen donning a military uniform. Her hair is pulled back to a bun and she is sporting minimal make-up.

"Excited to share my first look in Parmanu!" she captioned the image.

Last month, actor-producer John Abraham shared the first look of Parmanu — The Story Of Pokhran, where the map of Pokhran is shown with John's face watermarked behind the poster. The film is based on the historic nuclear tests which were conducted in 1998 in Pokhran, Rajasthan. The tests are marked as the most iconic incident after Independence. The film will throw light on how it all happened.








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