Preity Zinta filmography

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Preity Zinta is smiling away from the camera.
Preity Zinta at a promotional event for Jaan-E-Mann (2006)

Preity Zinta is an Indian actress known for her work in Bollywood films. She made her debut in 1998 with a supporting role in the drama Dil Se.. and starred in the commercially successful thriller Soldier.[1][2] For the films, she won a Filmfare Award in the Best Female Debut category.[1] In 1999, Zinta played the role of a CBI officer in the psychological thriller Sangharsh.[3] She followed this with the role of a teenage single mother in the Kundan Shah-directed drama Kya Kehna (2000),[1][3] a sleeper hit.[4][5] That same year, she starred in the romance Har Dil Jo Pyar Karega, and the crime drama Mission Kashmir, the third highest grossing Bollywood film of the year.[6]

In 2001, Zinta featured in the dramedy Dil Chahta Hai, which is cited in the media as a defining film of Hindi cinema.[7] Later that year, she portrayed a prostitute-turned-surrogate in the romantic drama Chori Chori Chupke Chupke.[8] Her only screen appearance of 2002 was in the box-office flop Dil Hai Tumhaara.[5][9] Zinta featured in four films in 2003. Her first role of the year was opposite Sunny Deol in Anil Sharma's drama The Hero—the most expensive Bollywood film to that point.[10] She played a negative role in the romantic drama Armaan, which saw her portray a rich, schizophrenic woman.[11] Following this, she starred in two blockbusters—the science fiction film Koi... Mil Gaya and the drama Kal Ho Naa Ho.[12] For the latter, she won the Filmfare Award for Best Actress.[13]

Zinta played a journalist in the 2004 war drama Lakshya, which performed poorly at the box-office.[14] Also in 2004, she played the titular female role in Yash Chopra's star-crossed romance Veer-Zaara opposite Shah Rukh Khan.[15] The film emerged as the year's highest grossing Bollywood film.[16] She then appeared in the 2005 romantic comedy Salaam Namaste and the 2006 ensemble drama Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna, both of which performed well outside India.[17][18] While she played a radio jockey in Salaam Namaste,[19] Zinta was seen as an unhappily married woman in the latter.[3][20] She followed it with roles in the commercial failures Jaan-E-Mann (2006) and Jhoom Barabar Jhoom (2007).[21][22] Zinta appeared in the Canadian film Heaven on Earth (2008), her first international production.[1]

In 2011, Zinta hosted the reality show Guinness World Records – Ab India Todega and the chat show Up Close & Personal with PZ. That same year, she also launched her production company, PZNZ Media,[23] under which she produced and starred in the 2013 romantic comedy Ishkq in Paris, which performed poorly at the box-office.[24]

Film

Title Year Role Director(s) Notes Ref.
Dil Se.. 1998 Preeti Nair Mani Ratnam Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut (also for Soldier)
Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress
[25]
[26]
[27]
Premante Idera 1998 Shailu Jayanth C. Paranjee Telugu film
Dubbed into Hindi as Dulhan Dilwale Ki
[28]
Soldier 1998 Preity Abbas-Mustan [1]
[29]
Raja Kumarudu 1999 Rani K. Raghavendra Rao Telugu film
Dubbed into Hindi as Prince No. 1
[28]
Sangharsh 1999 Reet Oberoi Tanuja Chandra [30]
Dillagi 1999 Rani Sunny Deol Guest appearance [31]
Kya Kehna 2000 Priya Bakshi Kundan Shah Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actress [32]
[33]
Har Dil Jo Pyar Karega 2000 Jahnvi Raj Kanwar [34]
Mission Kashmir 2000 Sufiya Parvez Vidhu Vinod Chopra [35]
Farz 2001 Kajal Singh Raj Kanwar [36]
Chori Chori Chupke Chupke 2001 Madhubala Abbas-Mustan Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress [37]
[38]
Dil Chahta Hai 2001 Shalini Farhan Akhtar [39]
Yeh Raaste Hain Pyaar Ke 2001 Sakshi Deepak Shivdasani [40]
Dil Hai Tumhaara 2002 Shalu Kundan Shah [41]
Hero: Love Story of a Spy, TheThe Hero: Love Story of a Spy 2003 Reshma (Ruksar) Anil Sharma [42]
Armaan 2003 Sonia Kapoor Honey Irani Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Performance in a Negative Role [11]
[43]
Koi... Mil Gaya 2003 Nisha Rakesh Roshan Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actress [44]
[45]
Kal Ho Naa Ho 2003 Naina Catherine Kapur Nikhil Advani Filmfare Award for Best Actress [1]
[46]
Lakshya 2004 Romila Dutta Farhan Akhtar [47]
Dil Ne Jise Apna Kahaa 2004 Dr. Parineeta Atul Agnihotri [48]
Veer-Zaara 2004 Zaara Haayat Khan Yash Chopra Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actress [49]
[50]
Khullam Khulla Pyaar Karen 2005 Priti Damani Harmesh Malhotra [51]
Salaam Namaste 2005 Ambar 'Amby' Malhotra Siddharth Anand Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actress [52]
[53]
Alag 2006 Jim Mulligan
Ashu Trikha
Special appearance in song "Sabse Alag" [54]
Krrish 2006 Nisha Rakesh Roshan Special appearance [55]
Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna 2006 Rhea Saran Karan Johar Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress [56]
[57]
Jaan-E-Mann 2006 Piya Goyal Shrish Kunder [58]
Jhoom Barabar Jhoom 2007 Alvira Khan Shaad Ali [59]
Last Lear, TheThe Last Lear 2007 Shabnam Rituparno Ghosh English language film [60]
[61]
Om Shanti Om 2007 Herself Farah Khan Special appearance in song "Deewangi Deewangi" [62]
Har Pal 2008 Runa Jahnu Barua Unreleased [63]
Heaven on Earth 2008 Chand Deepa Mehta Punjabi language Canadian film
Dubbed into Hindi as Videsh
[64]
[65]
Heroes 2008 Kuljeet Kaur Samir Karnik [66]
Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi 2008 Aditya Chopra Special appearance in song "Phir Milenge Chalte Chalte" [67]
Kamaal Kayeel Raja 2009 Jaanu Unknown Bhojpuri film [68]
[69]
Main Aurr Mrs Khanna 2009 Haseena Jagmagia Prem Soni Special appearance [70]
Ishkq in Paris 2013 Ishkq Prem Raj Also producer and writer [71]
Happy Ending 2014 Divya Raj & DK Cameo [72]
Bhaiyyaji Superhitt 2016 TBA Neeraj Pathak Filming, as of 2014 [73]

Television

Title Year Role Channel Notes Ref.
Guinness World Records – Ab India Todega 2011 Host Colors Co-hosted with Shabbir Ahluwalia [74]
Up Close & Personal with PZ 2011 Host UTV Stars [75]
Nach Baliye 2015 Judge Star Plus Season 7 [76]

See also

References

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