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She has appeared in Hindi films of Bollywood, as well as Telugu, Punjabi, and English films.
After graduating with degrees in English honours and criminal psychology, Zinta made her acting debut in Dil Se..
The film was a moderate box office success in India; it performed well in the big cities but failed in the rural areas, which was attributed by critics to the urban-oriented lifestyle it presented.
Three more 2001 releases featured Zinta, including Abbas-Mustan's romantic drama Chori Chori Chupke Chupke, which was released after a one-year delay due to the trial of producer Bharat Shah.
Zinta's role was that of Sufiya Parvez, a TV reporter and Roshan's childhood love.
A review in The Hindu said about her performance, "Preity Zinta is her usual cherubic self and lends colour to the otherwise serious proceedings".
These controversies include her being the only witness not to retract in court her earlier statements against the Indian mafia during the 2003 Bharat Shah case, for which she was awarded the Godfrey Phillips National Bravery Award.
She is the founder of the production company PZNZ Media, a co-owner of the Indian Premier League cricket team Kings XI Punjab since 2008, and the owner of the South-African T20 Global League cricket team Stellenbosch Kings since 2017.
These commitments resulted in several years of hiatus from film work, with the sole exception of her self-produced comeback film, Ishkq in Paris (2013), which failed to leave a mark.
In 1997, Zinta met Shekhar Kapur when she accompanied a friend to an audition, and was asked if she would audition too.
Upon seeing her audition, Kapur insisted that she become an actress.