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Old scars still bleed? Preity Zinta indirectly targets Ness Wadia on Twitter?

Dailybhaskar.com | Last Modified - Aug 10, 2015, 04:59 PM IST

Preity filed a molestation case against Wadia recently.
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    After staying away from the limelight for quite some time, actress Preity Zinta returned to the glitz and glamour being one of the judges at the dance reality show Nach Baliye. And now even when the show is over, the actress seems to be in full form to be in news. She is not even shying away from sharing her candid thoughts, some of them controversial too, on the social media.
    While interacting with her fans on Twitter recently, the actress said, that men with money but no manners are a big turn off for her.
    She wrote, “The best looking guy with money and style without manners is actually a big turn-off. Manners don’t belong to the rich or to the poor, but to the one whose parents have spent time on his or her upbringing. Good upbringing good manners.”
    Preity added that “a simple ‘please’ or ‘thank you’ can go a long way in life”.
    While Preity’s statement makes sense and we totally agree with it, her candid thought also makes us wonder if she is indirectly targeting someone.
    Check out more.
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    After staying away from the limelight for quite some time, actress Preity Zinta returned to the glitz and glamour being one of the judges at the dance reality show Nach Baliye. And now even when the show is over, the actress seems to be in full form to be in news. She is not even shying away from sharing her candid thoughts, some of them controversial too, on the social media.
    While interacting with her fans on Twitter recently, the actress said, that men with money but no manners are a big turn off for her.
    She wrote, “The best looking guy with money and style without manners is actually a big turn-off. Manners don’t belong to the rich or to the poor, but to the one whose parents have spent time on his or her upbringing. Good upbringing good manners.”
    Preity added that “a simple ‘please’ or ‘thank you’ can go a long way in life”.
    While Preity’s statement makes sense and we totally agree with it, her candid thought also makes us wonder if she is indirectly targeting someone.
    Check out more.
  • +3 See more slides
    After staying away from the limelight for quite some time, actress Preity Zinta returned to the glitz and glamour being one of the judges at the dance reality show Nach Baliye. And now even when the show is over, the actress seems to be in full form to be in news. She is not even shying away from sharing her candid thoughts, some of them controversial too, on the social media.
    While interacting with her fans on Twitter recently, the actress said, that men with money but no manners are a big turn off for her.
    She wrote, “The best looking guy with money and style without manners is actually a big turn-off. Manners don’t belong to the rich or to the poor, but to the one whose parents have spent time on his or her upbringing. Good upbringing good manners.”
    Preity added that “a simple ‘please’ or ‘thank you’ can go a long way in life”.
    While Preity’s statement makes sense and we totally agree with it, her candid thought also makes us wonder if she is indirectly targeting someone.
    Check out more.
  • +3 See more slides
    After staying away from the limelight for quite some time, actress Preity Zinta returned to the glitz and glamour being one of the judges at the dance reality show Nach Baliye. And now even when the show is over, the actress seems to be in full form to be in news. She is not even shying away from sharing her candid thoughts, some of them controversial too, on the social media.
    While interacting with her fans on Twitter recently, the actress said, that men with money but no manners are a big turn off for her.
    She wrote, “The best looking guy with money and style without manners is actually a big turn-off. Manners don’t belong to the rich or to the poor, but to the one whose parents have spent time on his or her upbringing. Good upbringing good manners.”
    Preity added that “a simple ‘please’ or ‘thank you’ can go a long way in life”.
    While Preity’s statement makes sense and we totally agree with it, her candid thought also makes us wonder if she is indirectly targeting someone.
    Check out more.

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