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Zinta's role was that of Sufiya Parvez, a TV reporter and Roshan's childhood love.
A review in The Hindu said about her performance, "Preity Zinta is her usual cherubic self and lends colour to the otherwise serious proceedings".
Later that year, Zinta starred in Vidhu Vinod Chopra's drama Mission Kashmir alongside Sanjay Dutt and Hrithik Roshan.
Set in the valley of Kashmir during the Indo-Pakistani conflicts, the film dealt with the topic of terrorism and crime.
She studied at the Convent of Jesus and Mary boarding school in Shimla.
Although she confesses to loneliness in the boarding school, she noted that it was compensated by her finding a "... Upon graduating from the boarding school in Sanawar (The Lawrence School) at age 18, Zinta enrolled at St. She graduated from college with an English honours degree, and then started a graduate programme in psychology.
Having been impressed with Zinta's work in Dil Se, Chandra approached her for the part after several leading actresses had refused the offer, which Zinta viewed as an opportunity to expand her range.
The film was a moderate box office success in India; it performed well in the big cities but failed in the rural areas, which was attributed by critics to the urban-oriented lifestyle it presented.
Three more 2001 releases featured Zinta, including Abbas-Mustan's romantic drama Chori Chori Chupke Chupke, which was released after a one-year delay due to the trial of producer Bharat Shah.
She went on to play the lead female role in two consecutive annual top-grossing films in India, the science fiction film Koi...
Mil Gaya (2003), which is her biggest commercial success, and the star-crossed romance Veer-Zaara (2004), which earned her critical acclaim.