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Preity Zinta’s Salaam Namaste turns 16 today


Preity Zinta on Friday stamped 16th anniversary of one of her much-cherished Hindi movies ‘Salaam Namaste’, additionally featuring Saif Ali Khan ahead of the pack job.

Taking to her Instagram handle, Preity shared a video highlighting a couple of the significant shots of the film. She additionally added the well-known track from the film ‘My Dil Goes gee’ behind the scenes score of the video cut.

Sharing the clasp, Preity stated, Salaam Namaste turns 16 today and my dil is still going Hmmmm.”

Aficionados of the film overwhelmed the remarks segment with a series of emojis and genuine messages.

“One of the best movies of that time….,” one fan composed.

One more stated, “I actually recall me driving paying attention to this tune …my dil goes well.”

“I was in class 7 when this movie was released. I used to have a cassette of this movie full of songs playing in my car daily,” a social media user wrote in the comments section.

The romantic comedy which marked filmmaker Siddharth Anand’s first directorial project was well-received by the moviegoers upon its release in 2005.

Preity Zinta and Saif Ali Khan

Produced by Aditya Chopra and Yash Chopra under the Yash Raj Films standard; the film stars Saif Ali Khan as Nikhil and Preity Zinta as Ambar leading the pack jobs. Jaaved Jaffrey, Arshad Warsi, Tania Zaetta, and Jugal Hansraj show up in supporting jobs.

Preity Zinta and Saif Ali Khan

The film spins around two youthful Indians Nikhil and Ambar, living in Australia, and their choice to move in together without marriage. They head out in different directions when Ambar gets pregnant. Nonetheless, their tenure understanding powers them to live respectively in an abnormal relationship.

The title melody of the flick, in addition to others like ‘My Dil, Goes well’, ‘What’s Goin’ On’ were broadly adored by the moviegoers upon the delivery.

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