Bollywood actress Preity Zinta – who is best known for her performances in Hum Tum and Kal Ho Naa Ho – is soon going to make a comeback in Indian cinema.
Preity Zinta's still from Kal Ho Naa Ho.
Fans of Preity Zinta have a reason to rejoice today! If reports are to be believed, the 48-year-old star is soon going to make a comeback in Indian cinema. It is likely to be a South Indian film. This news comes two years after she gave birth to her kids – twins – Gia and Jai. Here’s what we know.
Preity Zinta likely to make a comeback in a woman-oriented South film
According to a report published on Filmfare today, the Bollywood beauty is reportedly gearing up for a spectacular comeback in a woman-oriented film under the direction of a prominent South Indian filmmaker. Interestingly, a few years ago, she touched down in Mumbai after spending several years in Los Angeles.
Preity Zinta’s personal life
In 2016, actress Preity Zinta and businessman Gene Goodenough tied the knot in Los Angeles. Fast forward to 2021, and the couple welcomed the newest additions to their family, twins Gia and Jai. Recently, she took to social media to share adorable pictures of her children from their mundan ceremony.
Preity Zinta's India connect
Rumor has it that Preity Zinta has made a real estate move, investing in a luxurious apartment in the upscale Bandra neighborhood of Mumbai. As reported by Moneycontrol, the flat spans 1,474 square feet and is valued at approximately Rs 17.01 crore. Nestled in the coveted Pali Hill area of Bandra, it adds a touch of opulence to the actress's property portfolio.
Meanwhile, Preity is set to receive an honorary doctorate from Birmingham City University (BCU) soon. She will accept the honour in recognition of her contribution to Bollywood and the business world.
After garnering critical acclaim for her roles in films like "Chori Chori Chupke Chupke" (2001), "Dil Chahta Hai" (2001), "Dil Hai Tumhaara" (2002), and "Armaan" (2003), Zinta continued to shine in the Bollywood spotlight with her noteworthy performance in "Kal Ho Naa Ho" (2003). Her success streak continued with back-to-back annual blockbusters in India, namely "Koi... Mil Gaya" (2003) and "Veer-Zaara" (2004). Zinta further earned recognition for her portrayal of independent and modern Indian women in the top-grossing productions "Salaam Namaste" (2005) and "Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna" (2006), making her a standout figure in both domestic and overseas markets.