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Name: Preeti Jhangiani
Date of Birth: 18 August, 1980
14 Pali Road, Opp. Music Cafe
Preeti Jhangiani started her life as a model. Her first foray into acting happened with the melodious and romantic music video “Chhui mui si tum lagti ho” by Rajashree Productions. She left everyone mesmerized by her innocent charm. Soon she stepped into films with Aditya Chopra’s Mohabbatein, opposite Jimmy Shergill. She debuted with two other new comers, Kim Sharma and Shamita Shetty, but it was her fragile wispy profile and girl-next-door image that enthralled the audience. Soon she was inundated with scripts.
Over a couple of months Preeti had signed almost twelve films. Everyone had a lot of expectations from this beautiful girl. However, bad luck crossed her path and she fell ill. Her entire future was jeopardized by the aftermath of her sudden illness. Her medications had a harsh effect on her adorable features. Her weight fluctuated, and the film offers melted away.
Preeti, however, did not give up hope. She tried to reassemble the crumbs of her career. Within a short while, Feroz Nadiadwala’s Awara Pagal Deewana happened. It was a massive hit and brought rays of hope with its success. She did act in a few more films. But unfortunately, even after this, her career failed to take off. She again tried her hand at music videos, but abandoned her innocent charm for a more vibrant visage which was not appreciated by the audience. She continues to star in averagely scripted movies none of which helps in doing much to revitalize her sagging career. It is rumored that she is all set to get married to Froz Nadiadwala’s younger brother Mustaq.
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