Preity Zinta is a famous performer for those who have an interest into Bollywood productions. It’s been reported the total sum of Preity Zinta net worth today reaches an enormous amount of 145 million dollars. These appearances additionally added to the total amount of Preity Zinta net worth. As a result of PreityZinta appearances in both of these films, Preity Zinta became a victor of a Filmfare Award. PreityZinta character in this film earned her lots of praise from critics, at the same time.
Preity Zinta Net Worth $145 Dollars
Preity Zinta can also be regarded as the celebrity who has shifted the stereotype of a Hindi film heroine in Bollywood. Overseas, Preity Zinta became well-known for her appearances in movies “Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna” and “Salaam Namaste”. Therefore, these films additionally raised the overall amount of Preity Zinta net worth. As an international celebrity, Preity Zinta first appeared in a film released in 2008, that was called “Heaven on Earth”.
In 2003, she appeared in a film called “Kal Ho Naa Ho”. In following years, Preity Zinta appeared as a leading female character in two films, which have grossed enormous amounts in Hindi movie industry, those being “Veer Zaara” and “Koi… Mil Gaya”. Therefore, these movies also added to the total number of Preity Zinta net worth. The latter film can also be thought to be the largest commercial success of the performer. The former film was also unique for the actress, since because of it Preity Zinta got lots of critical praise.
As well as her success as an actress, Preity Zinta can also be known for her other professions, such as truly being a writer. Therefore, she’s written several columns for the BBC News Online. So, this profession additionally raised both her popularity and financial status.
Starred in Shekhar Kapur's shelved film "Mantra"(2004), directed by Vishal Bhardwaj.Hrithik Roshan was approached for the lead role but declined.
Feroz Khan had signed Preity Zinta for the Hindi remake of Tamil film " Kaaka Kaaka". He was going to produce the film with son Fardeen Khan in the lead. After his demise, Fardeen gave the remake rights to Vipul Shah who made the film as " Force".
Niece Maya Zinta debuted in Ishkq In Paris.
After the release of "Prem Aggan" Partho Gosh had signed Fardeen Khan and Preity Zinta for a film titled " Chaiyaan Chaiyaan". He decided to shelve the film a year later.
Listed #41 by UK magazine Eastern Eye one of "Asia's Sexiest Women" (Sept/ 2006).
Very close friends with actor Hrithik Roshan and his wife 'Suzanne Khan'.
Has two brothers, Deepanker Zinta and Manish Zinta, a year older and a year younger respectively. One of her brothers is a commissioned officer in the Indian Army.
Her father, Durganand Zinta was an officer in the Indian Army. Durganand Zinta died when Preity was thirteen, in a car accident in which her mother, Nilprabha Zinta was also involved. Her mother was bedridden because of this incident.
Love is always real and true love is even more real!
On love at first sight "It is superficial to fall in love with someone looking at their face. To me I need to discover the person. I would never look at someone and exclaim - He is the one!"
On the changing face of Indian cinema "At one time I wondered if I was doing the right films, today I know I have made the right choices. Indian cinema is changing, not step by step but by leaps. New blood is coming in, mindsets are changing and our exposure to the world is ever- increasing. I am glad these positive changes are happening when I am in the industry and not ten years from now."
Acting can truly take a toll on your nerves. I mean we have to be larger than life. Worse, I've seen actors acting off the sets too.
You know what's the worst part about being an actress? It's the pressure to look gorgeous all the time and to behave perfectly. But I'm not perfect, nobody is.
To act, you must know pain. You must know what it means to be in love, what it means to be rejected.
I am proud to be part of today's Bollywood. I love dancing and lip synching to our songs.
I want to bring a change and do something new and different in my profession, but in the beginning I'll have to toe line, I want to be known as a performer not a star.
I am single and desperately looking for a good man in my life. I did have major crushes when I was younger but no serious relationship.
Whenever I came across something that influenced me, I wanted to be that. So it varied from an astronaut, airhostess, army girl, to truck driver. Once, I wanted to be a nun - my mother wanted me to change schools after that...
I lost my father when I was 13-years-old. He was a great man, my father, and very intelligent. I love him very much. I believe it's very important that parents have a personal connection with their children. It helps kids feel more secure, have a feeling of family, makes them feel loved.