Preity Zinta, who has been away from the silver screen for quite some time now, is reportedly planning to make a comeback into films. If reports doing the rounds are anything to go by then she has chosen Sunny Deol starrer ‘Lahore 1947‘ as her comeback film.
According to a report in India Today, Preity Zinta was spotted exiting a Mumbai studio after undergoing a look test on January 24. According to an exclusive report from the same portal, it has been learned from a source that the actress underwent the look test for the Sunny Deol starrer ‘Lahore: 1947.’ The report suggests that she is highly likely to make her comeback with this film.

During a recent episode of Koffee With Karan Season 8, Sunny Deol was questioned about the collaboration. The actor shared, “When Aamir Khan came to the success party of Gadar 2, he approached me and expressed his desire to meet. I was surprised and wondered what it was all about. The next day, we had a meeting, discussed some ideas and potential collaborations, and ultimately, we arrived at this project. That’s how it happened.”

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Previously, Pinkvilla had reported that Aamir Khan holds a special connection with the RS Prasanna directed film ‘Sitaare Zameen Par.’ He has put in considerable effort to finalize a script that resonates emotionally with the audience. While actively participating in ‘Sitaare Zameen Par,’ Aamir is simultaneously gearing up for the commencement of his production ‘Lahore: 1947’ in February.

Rajkumar Santoshi

is set to direct the partition drama, starring Sunny Deol in the lead role. The filming is scheduled to begin on February 12, 2024, and preparations are underway in Mumbai to construct significant sets that capture the essence of India during the partition era.

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