Is Preity Really Bankrupt…
Is Preity Really Bankrupt…

It’s been a while since we have heard anything about Preity Zinta; the bubbliest girl in B- town has been off the news for a very long time. She took to cricket by owning an IPL team a while back but that also didn’t bring her back in the news.

She turned producer with her last film – ‘Ishq In Paris’, which too was forgotten even before it got released. Preity has been trying to make a major come back for a while now, but everything she has been trying is not working for her. After all her attempts to do something has failed, now there is a strong buzz of her being bankrupt doing the rounds now.

If the rumour mill is to be believed, then producers are giving her a hard time as she has to pay off a lot of debt. The follow up to this disheartening news is that Preity would be moving out of her lavish Khar house so she can rent it and pay off her creditors. However, the Zinta girl has refuted all these talks by calling it utter rubbish.

“There is so much drama in that story. She has to vacate her mahal and live in a jhopdi because the cruel creditors are breaking down her door. I wish people would look for their afternoon soap opera scripts somewhere else. There is no such drama happening in my life. Where did this come from? I am amazed at how off the mark this report is. It is thousand percent untrue. By the grace of God, I’m most comfortably able to look after myself financially. It is not only untrue, it’s extremely irritating to read such fabrications about oneself,” said Preity trying to cover her anger.

All this gossip is making her friends check on her financial status and if she is doing fine and needs anything which has been snubbing her way too off the mark and she literally has declared that she is not bankrupt. Well, PZ we have missed you for a long time on screen now… perhaps it is time to get your groove back!

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