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Preity lets out her childhood secret

Press Trust of India

Posted: Sep 20, 2006 at 1233 hrs IST

Bollywood leading actress Preity Zinta is unlikely to work in a Hollywood production unless an exceptional role comes across.

"I don't see myself working in a Hollywood film, unless I came across an exceptional role," said Preity Zinta, the leading lady in Sajid Nadiadwala's forthcoming film Jaan-e-Mann.

Preity Zinta, who has so far worked in about 25 films including Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna, Veer Zaara, Kal Ho Na Ho, Dil Chahta Hai, Koi Mil Gaya, Dil Se and Soldier said the "high point" of her shooting in London was a shot taken at the Tower Bridge.

The actress, who was shooting in the UK for the first time said, "As a kid I was very excited about London and the Tower Bridge."

Preity Zinta and Nadiadwala addressed a joint press conference at The Bentley Hotel here in connection with the launch of the movie which would be released world-wide on

October 20.

Jaan-e-Mann tells the story of a love triangle between three college students - Salman Khan, Akshay Kumar, Preity Zinta.

Nadiadwala has spent about Rs 350 million on the Bollywood musical, which is set in the heart of New York. "It has emotions, good music and a surplus sprinkling of romance," Nadiadwala said.

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