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Preity Zinta today shared a video in which she is practicing gunshots and wants the Bollywood directors to notice her skills. In the clip, you can see her taking shots at the markings as a part of her tactical shooting session.

The actress writes, "A dream does not become reality through magic. It takes sweat, determination, and hard work. So here I am trying to make my Action dream come true. Training hard with the super-tough @acohofficial. So no one can say that Women cannot do Action in Hindi movies. Hope all the directors are watching."

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Incidentally, she seems to be taking the training under the supervision of none other than Aaron Cohen. The former Spec Ops is well known as an actor as well as a tactical trainer.

Preity Zinta Condoles Personal Secretary's Death

The actress lost her personal secretary Prasad Rao recently. In her condolence message, the Dil Chahta Hai actress penned, "This has been a brutal year. I never thought I’d have to say, so many unfinished goodbyes.  I love you, Prasad. You will be missed beyond words. Hope you are at peace & at a better place. Rest in peace."

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The actress also recently shared her memories of working in Farhan Akhtar's debut movie Dil Chahta Hai.

Preity Zinta wrote, "Dil Chahta Hai was a unique experience and shoot for me cuz Shalani barely had any dialogues to express herself. She was an introvert. Shy, quiet, and soft. Her eyes communicated her silent strength. On-screen it’s really tough to perform when everyone has the funniest lines and you need to be unaffected & serious. DCH & Shalani taught me to center myself & express myself without holding on to words. Thank you @faroutakhtar & to the entire cast n crew for managing to keep me quiet on set."

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The movie is a cult classic and completed 19 years of release on 10 August 2020.

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