On her part, Diana, who made her Bollywood foray with Cocktail, said, “Comedy is really very difficult and I’m not a natural. But I think it also has to do with the way it’s scripted. I give full credit to Mudassar (director Mudassar Aziz) because he really nailed the script in terms of the dialogues and the comic timing. And you have a cast where you put all these boys together… So it automatically just becomes funny. So I didn’t have that much to do.”
Diana said it was the first time that she met Abhay thanks to the movie. “I have always been a fan of the kind of work he does, the content-driven kind of films he chooses. I think he is a very selfless actor because he will do whatever it takes for the other actor to get their scene right, which a lot of other people don’t do,” she added.
Happy Bhag Jayegi, featuring Abhay and Diana with Ali Fazal, Jimmy Sheirgill and Piyush Mishra., releases on August 19.