When one thinks of Preity Zinta, its hard to keep Ness Wadia out of out the picture, isn’t it?Preity had accused the businessman of having assaulted her at Wankhede stadium last year and had filed an FIR as well.Till now, many presumed that the case had been going on but the actress recently made a statement that hinted at her and Ness having resolved the issue in an out of court settlement.
Mumbai: So what if India lost the T20 and ODI series against South Africa, the cricketers are also looking beyond the sport in the ongoing tour.
After Virat Kohli’s lunch date with Anushka Sharma and her father hit the headlines, his South African counterpart David Miller turned out to be another headturner, being spotted with Bollywood actress Preity Zinta.
The left-handed batsman, also known as “Killer Miller” for his hard-hitting abilities in the slog overs is an IPL star.
In the sixth edition of the cash-rich tournament, he slammed 101 off 38 balls against Royal Challengers Bangalore.
Well Preity sure was in a candid mood in an interview with an entertainment daily as she spilled the beans on not only the Ness Wadia case but also her personal life.
When asked on why she has been making frequent trips to Los Angeles, the beauty answered,” There’s something brewing which you’ll be told about shortly.” Hmmm, interesting eh?On being probed further about her relationship status, Ms Zinta confirmed,” Yes, I’m in a relationship with someone nice.Finally, I have time for myself as the cricket doesn’t need me physically.” The Kings XI Punjab owner was asked on whether Ness had apologized to her for his behaviour to which she replied,”I’m in a happy place, with a happy guy. According to a report on Pinkvilla.com, Ness Wadia's mother, Maureen Wadia has finally broken her silence on Preity Zinta's FIR against her son.She spoke up on the issue during the Gladrags Mrs India 2015 auditions.Maureen reasoned that it was totally uncalled for, on Preity's part, to do something like that and that the incident had left some bitterness between the two parties.