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Preity Zinta does not hide her dimples even on her failures

Wednesday, 14 April 2010
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April 14:

Mumbai, April 14: Preity Zinta, Bollywood actress and the owner of Indian Premier League (IPL) team Kings XI Punjab that could not make it place in the top teams of the league. But the actress accepts her failures with a smile.

Preity wrote on her twitter page, “This year is special! I have learnt more about myself than ever in the past. I learnt to accept failure with a smile and (with) my head held high.”

She has been through many up and downs in her life. Earlier she broke off with the Bombay Dyeing tycoon and Kings XI Punjab team co-owner Ness Wadia and now her team could not score well. Still the Preity woman is not sad.

She tweeted, “I learnt who my real friends were and I learnt to stand alone and hold my ground. I learnt to keep the faith and I learnt the importance of silence. I also learnt that the fastest way to forget all your problems in the world is to wear a pair of tight shoes.”

The actress appreciated the team work when Kings XI Punjab won against Delhi Daredevils in Delhi on Sunday.
--Agencies

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