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Later on, she received an offer from Morgan Stanley but turned it down.
After returning to India, she joined Satyadev Dubey's theatre group and acted in plays, including an Urdu language play titled Neelam (1999) that was written by Tanveer Khan, upon receiving permission from her conservative parents.
The film was a major success, grossing more than Rs 120 million in India.
2001 saw her appearing in Anil Sharma's cross-border romance, Gadar: Ek Prem Katha, alongside Sunny Deol.
Patel signed on much before she shot into the limelight with Kaho Naa...
Pyaar Hai and was among 22 girls that were screen-tested from 500 girls who came to audition for the film.
Set during the Indo-Pakistani War of 1947, it featured Patel as Sakeena, a Muslim girl who finds refuge in Deol's house during the riots, and subsequently falls for him.
Her performance was praised, and won her the Filmfare Special Performance Award, as well as nominations for Best Actress at various award ceremonies.
Patel's career began as an economic analyst at Khandwala Securities Limited after graduation.Then she found another major success when her last release of the year, Humraaz, became 5th highest grossing film of the year at the box office, and her performance earned her a nomination for Filmfare Best Actress Award.The Abbas-Mustan marital thriller saw her playing a character with negative shades for the first time.She co-starred opposite Hrithik Roshan for the second time in this film. Pyaar Hai, the film proved to be a disappointment and resulted in a critical and commercial failure.Patel's performance in the film was criticised by a section of the media, but during an interview she clarified that there was an "error" because the scene explaining that her character is supposed to be asthmatic in the film was edited out not knowing that one shot would make such a difference, thus creating confusion to the viewer about her appearing out of breath, as if she's overacting or crying.