Preity shuts the book on close‘Ness’
Dimpled beauty of Bollywood, Preity Zinta, who has ruled over many hearts, has been shuttling between cricket stadiums and a TV set lately. She had filed a case against her former beau Ness Wadia, last year, in which she accused him of assaulting her. However, the duo continued to work professionally. The situations might get sticky at times, but in a recent interview, she said, “I know when to move on,” reported The Times of India.
It never appeared on surface if Wadia has apologised for his alleged misbehaviour. But she said, “I’m in a happy space with a happy guy. And I want to be as far from negativity as I can!”
Does that mean she is no longer interested to pursue the case and has reached an out-of court settlement with Wadia? “I’ve reached closure with Ness. My glass is always full, never half empty and will remain that way,” she revealed.
But she hasn’t given up on love. She has been making frequent trips to Los Angeles and admitted, “There’s something brewing which you’ll be told about shortly. I’m in a relationship with someone nice. Finally, I have time for myself as the cricket doesn’t need me physically,” she said.
Since she has been travelling frequently, she opened up about her experience in hometown, she said, “Whenever I’m in India, I go through this madness. Thankfully, I have managed to accommodate the IPL team and Nach Baliye’s seventh season comfortably.”
She’s been off the Bollywood radar but not out of touch with the industry and friends like Salman Khan, Shah Rukh Khan, Aishwarya Rai and Rani Mukerji. She insisted that the reason she chose to return with a TV show, rather than a film, is because of its exciting format. “It’s more than just dance; the show is about compatibility between couples. I remember, once I was angry with my co-star and thus couldn’t get a scene right. I either put my heart into it or I’m just not there,” she admitted.
She said that she quit, “When every top producer wanted to cast me to become an entrepreneur. Why should an actress remain one all her life when she’s capable of so much more?”
She also added that she was bored of playing the innocent in love. “If another NRI love-story came my way, I’d have stabbed the hero,” Preity Zinta said.