Bollywood actress Preity Zinta, co-owner of the Kings XI Punjab IPL team, was engaged in a tiff with Chandigarh airport officials Thursday when she was stopped for a security check, an official said. Zinta, who had to board a Delhi
What, according to Preity Zinta would be the dream final of the ICC World Cup? Find out, as the Bollywood actor and the owner of Kings XI Punjab, takes NDTV’s T-20 Test.
Kings XI Punjab’s co owner Preity Zinta says that they are open to a clear investigation.
New Delhi, Actress Preity Zinta has once again denied reports that she will sell her stake in the Indian Premier League team Kings XI Punjab and that Videocon is planning to buy it. “How many times d (the) news has
New Delhi, Bollywood actress Preity Zinta, whose Indian Premier League (IPL) team Kings XI Punjab has not been performing well this season, says she has learnt to accept failures with a smile. “This year is special! I have learnt more
Chandigarh, A court here Monday issued summons to Bollywood actor and Kings XI Punjab’s chairperson Preity Zinta and co-owner Ness Wadia for using pictures of freedom fighters in their Indian Premier League advertisements. The summons were issued by Additional Chief
New Delhi, The Indian Premier League (IPL) is on and micro-blogging site Twitter is abuzz with posts from Bollywood personalities rooting for their favourite teams. Actor Rahul Bose posted on his Twitter account: “(I) am only 1/2 Bengali, 1/2 Punjabi-Maharashtrian.
New Delhi/Chandigarh, The Hero Group has not acquired Kings XI Punjab, one of the eight franchisees of the Indian Premier League (IPL) T20 cricket tournament, the company as well as Preity Zinta, the co-owner of the team, clarified Wednesday. “Hi