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Preity Zinta shares her favourite scene from "Kal Ho Naa Ho"

Writer: Heidi Hsia

19 years of "Kal Ho Naa Ho"
19 years of "Kal Ho Naa Ho"

30 Nov - Preity Zinta recently celebrated the 19th anniversary of her hit movie, "Kal Ho Naa Ho" with a favourite scene of hers from the movie.

On 28 November, the actress shared a clip from the 2003 film, in which her character Naina is having an argument with Shah Rukh Khan's Aman about her tendency to be so serious about everything.

In the scene, the happy-go-lucky Aman stated, "What's the point of praying to God when you don't know how to value the life he has given?... In your eyes perhaps you don't have much. But look at your life through someone else's eyes and you'll know you have a lot. Live, be happy, smile. Who knows? Tomorrow may not be."

The film was released in 2003
The film was released in 2003

She wrote, "Remembering Kal Ho Naa Ho on its anniversary this Thanksgiving weekend. This is one of my favourite scenes from the film [because] multiple pages of dialogues were shot in One big take. Later a few close ups were added.

"This scene is all about gratitude & appreciating what we have in our present. This was my saddest happy film. So grateful to have the opportunity to be part of films & cinema I enjoy & believe in," she added.

On the other hand, director Karan Johar also took to social media to celebrate the film's 19th anniversary, writing, "An entire lifetime of memories, in a heartbeat! This film gave so much more than just that - it gave me joy, unbreakable bonds, a different lens for storytelling and of course - the last film set I could be on with my father. And for that, I will forever be grateful to this film!"

It is noted that the movie was Yash Johar's last produced film prior to his passing.

 Karan Johar also posted this photo in remembrance of his late father
Karan Johar also posted this photo in remembrance of his late father

Cinema Online, 30 November 2022


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