Malaika Arora and Preity Zinta spotted in Bandra

Nov 01, 2018, 10:12 IST
  • Malaika Arora and Preity Zinta spotted in Bandra

    Malaika Arora was spotted at a popular restaurant in Bandra, Mumbai. Malaika, who sported a turtleneck chequered dress, was out enjoying dinner with friends. All pictures/Yogen Shah

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  • Malaika Arora and Preity Zinta spotted in Bandra

    At a recent event talking about #MeToo, Malaika Arora said, "I don't see too much of a change. I hear people. I think there is more noise than change." Malaika further added there is still a long way to go. "If we are talking about this industry, one is seeing a lot (of things) happening. People are talking about it. But for actual change to happen or for people to actually sit up and do something about it and actually make a movement out of it, the mindset has to change and people's mindset cannot change overnight."

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    At the moment, Malaika Arora is seen judging and mentoring in India's Next Top Model 4. The show is back with a new transformative and progressive theme of "More than a Face". It is aired on MTV. "This year we are very clear that it will not only be about the face. We want a girl who is not just beautiful. She has to be more than just a beautiful face."

    In picture: Malaika Arora poses for the photographers at the restaurant.

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  • Malaika Arora and Preity Zinta spotted in Bandra

    Malaika Arora talking about the parameters of the show, "You have to keep a lot of things in mind because at the end of the day it is 'India's Next Top'. We are looking for a top model quality which means ideally and hopefully a tall girl. She needs to look a certain way, be a certain way, she has to walk in the right way. We don't expect them to come fully prepared on day one. And that's the whole idea of getting them and making sure you transform them into being a top model and we have been successful in that. We have really managed to transform some of the girls and change them. The transformation of a girl is the most important."

    In picture: Malaika Arora spotted at the restaurant in Bandra.

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  • Malaika Arora and Preity Zinta spotted in Bandra

    Preity Zinta was spotted with friend Shrishti Arya at a plush restaurant in Bandra-Kurla-Complex. Preity sported a casual look in white shirt 

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  • Malaika Arora and Preity Zinta spotted in Bandra

    Preity Zinta is set to return to the big screen with Sunny Deol-starrer Bhaiaji Superhit which also stars Ameesha Patel, Arshad Warsi, and Shreyas Talpade. In the film, Preity Zinta will pay tribute to an actor she was often told she resembled. Putting her dancing shoes on for the song called Shiva, Zinta will turn to Mumtaz for inspiration, in what may best be termed as a tribute to the veteran actor.

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    Mumtaz-starrer celebrated track, Jai Jai Shiv Shankar is being used as the source material to create this song, which is also a tribute to the deity. "Filmmakers often told me that I resemble Mumtazji, and there couldn't be a better tribute to her [than this song]. The track is dedicated to Shivji, and also involves bhaang [like the original]."

    In picture: Preity Zinta at the restaurant in BKC

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    Promising that the number has spunk, Zinta says it will further establish the characteristics of the person she plays in the film. "My character, Sapna Dubey, is fun. After careful discussion with [choreographer] Ahmed Khan, we arrived at the steps for this song. Ahmed had to demonstrate each step, like Sarojji [Khan] would. He is cute and talented, and showcased every expression [demanded of me]. I replicated it to the tee, while adding my own characteristic to the part."

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While Malaika Arora was out enjoying dinner at a popular restaurant, Preity Zinta was out enjoying lunch with Shrishti Arya at a famous eatery in BKC, Mumbai. We have pictures

 

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