Preity Zinta completes shooting of 'Lahore 1974', calls it 'most difficult film'

Ronit Kawale
Ronit Kawale - Senior Editor
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Bollywood actress Preity Zinta was busy shooting for the film 'Lahore 1947' with Sunny Deol these days. But she has completed its shooting and has herself informed the fans about it through a video on social media. In this, the actress has also thanked Aamir Khan, Sunny Deol and others. She has also described this project as the 'most difficult film' of her career. Let's know why she said so. Preity Zinta has shared the video on Instagram. The video started with a glimpse of the script of 'Lahore 1947', after which a cake was shown on completion of the shooting of the film. Preity also posed with the film's director Rajkumar Santoshi, cinematographer Santosh Sivan and the film's team. A bouquet of flowers was also seen in the video.

Preity Zinta completes shooting of 'Lahore 1947'

Sharing the video, Preity wrote, 'The shooting of Lahore 1947 is complete and I am very grateful to the entire cast and crew for this wonderful experience (folded hands and red heart emoji). I sincerely hope you all appreciate and enjoy this film as much as we did while making it. This is definitely the toughest film I have worked on.'

Preity Zinta thanks the cast and crew of 'Lahore 1947'

He also added, “Full marks to everyone for all the hard work and patience they have shown over the last few months. Heartfelt thanks to Raj ji, Aamir, Sunny, Shabana ji, Santosh Sivan and AR Rahman. Lots of love always.”

Preity Zinta gave an update

Preity is making a comeback on the silver screen with this film, in which she will be seen alongside Sunny Deol. In April, Preity gave fans a glimpse of the making of the film by sharing several BTS pictures on social media. Sharing a picture of the film's clapperboard, Preity captioned, 'On the sets of Lahore 1947.' In another picture, the actor was seen sharing a candid moment with Rajkumar Santoshi.

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