Preity Zinta wants well-structured clothes with 'less drama' to make a comeback

Preity Zinta wore a subtle pink sari at Cannes. Photo: IANS

Mumbai: Actress Preity Zinta exudes her quintessential charm whenever she is out there for a ceremonial occasion making her style quotient loud and clear. The actress has now talked about the fashion statement that should make a comeback and said that she would want more “understated and well-structured clothes with less drama.”

Preity, who presented Santosh Sivan with the prestigious Pierre Angenieux ExcelLens in Cinematography award at the 77th Cannes Film Festival, shared her insights during a chat with Vogue India.

The actress took to her Instagram on Sunday morning and shared a video from the chat, in which she was asked about a fashion statement that should make a comeback. “Fashion goes around in circles anyway, so what I would like to bring back is more understated, well-structured clothes, less drama,” she replied.

Talking about her hair care routine to maintain her beautiful hair, Preity said: “Going back to grandmother basics of simple things like oiling your hair.” For Preity, not eating and starving is a fitness dealbreaker.

“This whole thing about don’t eat (and) starve yourself it's not fitness. Portion control is very important. There is nothing more anti-ageing, nothing more healthier than working out, and sleep is important,” she said.

When asked about a lesson she has learned about motherhood, the actress replied: “It’s not all about me. It’s all about them now, and I think unconditional love.” The actress wore an exuberant subtle pink sari to present the award to Sivan and looked stunning.

Decoding her look, she said: “It’s a designer I have never worn before. It’s a beautiful sari. She’s called Seema Gujral. My beauty looks are mostly the same. They’re simple, understated, with a little sparkle.”
(With inputs from IANS)

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