Several doppelgangers of Bollywood stars have left fans amused in the past with their pictures and videos going viral on social media. In one such instance, netizens recently confused an American actress with Preity Zinta.
An account on a microblogging site recently shared an update about the ‘Killers of The Flower MoonLily Gladstone. The post revealed that she has been announced as the honorary chair for the 2024 Spirit Awards.

As soon as the post was shared, likes and comments poured in from all sides.

While one netizen wrote, ‘Pretty Zinta hasn’t aged at all’, another one added, ‘But why are u using Priety Zinta’s picture for this?’ Numerous users went on to tag Preity in the comments section, extending congratulations.

‘Ask Bobby Deol’: Preity Zinta clarifies Pritam Singh is not her real name

Preity garnered attention recently when she clarified that Pritam Singh was never her real name. In a video shared on social media, she explained that the name was given to her by actor Bobby Deol during the filming of Soldier.
“Over the years I have consistently read in various media articles that I have changed my name from Pritam Singh Zinta to Preity Zinta. I have tried to set the record straight so many times by telling everyone that, on the sets of Soldier @thedeol called me Pritam Singh as a Joke (pls ask him why he chose that name when u meet him),” Preity wrote along with a video.

She added, “The movie became a blockbuster, our friendship flourished & since then Pritam Singh – the name is still stuck to me….. Bachaao So one last time folks – Pritam Singh was NEVER my name. It’s always been Preity Hope this clarifies everything once and for all.”
Meanwhile, on the work front, the actress was last seen in the 2018 film ‘Bhaiaji Superhit’. It was an action comedy film starring Sunny Deol, Arshad Warsi, Ameesha Patel and Shreyas Talpade.

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