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08-18-2009, 05:23 AM #1
\★\ Three mistakes of Preity Zinta’s life /★/
Videsh: Heaven on Earth
Preity Zinta is a fine actress and Videsh is the most sensitive performance of her career alright, but why did it have to be in such a bad, humbug film? Movies on domestic abuse rarely do commercially well but what were they thinking when they had a plot involving an iccha dhaari naag? Didn’t those stories go out with the eighties? No, wait Mallika Sherawat’s Hissss is about a naagin too!
Though she sparkled in Heroes, the film flopped, Amitabh Bachchan lapped up all the accolades for The Last Lear and we have no clue why she even did Jhoom Barabar Jhoom. Her last tepid hit was multi-starrer Kabhie Alvida Naa Kehna in 2006.
Get back in the blockbuster league Preity!
Saying no to Ness
Ness was a prized catch and they made a good-looking couple. Like Rani Mukerji, her career is as good as over so she should have given up films and tied the knot. Ness’ world probably looks down upon films. To satisfy the acting bug, the dimpled beauty can try theatre. Preity is over 30 and it’s time for her to settle down and make babies.The buzz is that he asked her to marry him and dump films, she chose to do otherwise. She should not have messed with Ness, they did make an awesome-twosome. Didn't they?
Preity and Ness’ team has lost two consecutive tournaments. It’s not a very wise investment if she jumped into the fray because her friend SRK was getting himself a team- on his sheer selling power through tie-ups. She hardly made a noise on the advertising scene with her team, and on-field, she only courted controversy by getting too pally with her boys. She does seem to have some sort of business acumen we must say, now that her career is sliding down, managing her own sports team, a la Cameron Diaz in Any Given Sunday. But life ain't film, is it? Also, we don’t know what will happen next year as the duo have split. And is Preity still the face of Go Air, post her spilt with Ness?
Go fish we say!
08-18-2009, 05:28 AM #2