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Actress Preity Zinta who has just celebrated her birthday with her friends on January 31st, says that she has entered a new phase in life.Yes, she survived the recent Colombo blast involving several of her star colleagues, to lead a happy life.She has now got her lovebird in a business tycoon, Ness Wadia.He is the deputy-managing director of the famous business house known as Bombay Dyeing.This business family is very well connected socially and politically.
However, industry circles wonder if the Wadias would also enter the film production like many other business houses and make you turn a producer!Globetrotting, shooting and dating business tycoon Ness Wadia, Bollywood's chirpiest female superstar Preity Zinta says she has never been happier. But I'm not seeing much of him," complains Preity good-naturedly. She's also fuming with her mobile company for allegedly giving out her number to fans."While I was in Australia, I'd get calls from people in Punjab at two in the morning." She's just back from a three-month shooting stint in Australia.On the way, she stopped over in Amsterdam for the IIFA (India International Film Academy) Awards. Everyone was busy partying while I visited the museum to get savvy about one of my favourite personalities, Vincent Van Gogh. It was one of the most enriching experiences of my life." At the museum, Preity ran into Shaad Ali and Sanjay Gadhvi. I wanted to know the same," she chortles, catching up on some free time before she plunges into her next film Jaan-e-Man with Akshay Kumar and Salman Khan.
Speaking of the two Yashraj protégés, Shaad and Gadhvi, Preity has just completed a film with the production house. And to tell you the truth, I'd rather do films with friends than with people I don't get along with." She's all set to do two back-to-back films. And surely one can't be inflexible about such things.
"Siddhartha Anand who directed me in Salaam Namaste is outstanding, definitely one of the best directors I've worked with. "For the first time I'll be shooting two films - Shirish Kunder's Jaan-e-Man and Karan Johar's Kabhi Alvidaa Na Kehna - simultaneously. "But the one thing that I won't do is shoot on Sundays.