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Such a rift between Rani Mukerji and Preity Zinta

Such a rift between Rani Mukerji and Preity Zinta
Such a rift between Rani Mukerji and Preity Zinta

There was a time when Rani Mukerji and Preity Zinta always lived together like twin sisters. Rani and Preity Zinta became friends very fast during the movie ‘Chori Chori Chupke Chupke’. Even the film’s hero Salman Khan often felt neglected. During that time both Rani and Preeti were A class heroines. Both were working in films with top heroes of that time.

Who came in the middle of friendship?

Actually, Preeti always considered herself an outsider. Due to his friendship with Rani, he also became good friends with Karan Johar Camp and Shahrukh Khan. Preeti always felt that Rani Mukerji loves Aishwarya more and admires her.

Aishwarya and Rani did a world tour together at the beginning of their careers. During that time both of them came close to each other. It was believed that the queen would even say that no matter what happens, she will never break her friendship with Aishwarya. But the confessions in the movies eventually put up a wall between the three.

Shahrukh Khan first signed Aishwarya in the film ‘Chalte Chalte’. After the ruckus of Salman Khan, Rani was replaced by Ash. Ash can never forget this. After fighting with Aish, Rani came close to Preeti. But Rani was hurt when Karan Johar signed Preeti for his film ‘Kal Ho Naa Ho’. He felt that Shahrukh was his good friend and would promote him.

Preeti was not praised

Rani Mukerji felt that Yash Chopra, the producer-director of Yash Raj film, had taken her side. Yash Chopra said in an interview that Preeti is the best heroine of the moment. Seeing this, the queen was shocked. After this Rani decided that she would work in the film Meaningful. He did a film like ‘Black’ which did not do well at the box office, but was well received by the critics.

Rani Mukerji recently revealed in an interview that no two heroines can be friends in the film industry. No matter how good you think for others, but as soon as it comes to offers in films, you become a competition for each other.