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Zinta is known in the Indian media for publicly speaking her mind, and consequently has sparked the occasional controversy.
These controversies include her being the only witness not to retract in court her earlier statements against the Indian mafia during the 2003 Bharat Shah case, for which she was awarded the Godfrey Phillips National Bravery Award.
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.
In 2001, Zinta earned positive reviews for her role in Farhan Akhtar's National Film Award-winning Dil Chahta Hai.
Upon seeing her audition, Kapur insisted that she become an actress.She won the Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut for her performance in both Dil Se.. Zinta next acted in two Telugu films, Premante Idera (1998), opposite Venkatesh; and Raja Kumarudu (1999), opposite Mahesh Babu.She followed with the leading role alongside Akshay Kumar in Sangharsh, a thriller directed by Tanuja Chandra and written by Mahesh Bhatt.An article published by The Tribune upon the film's release described her performance as "an amazing act" in an "intense film", documenting her career path thus far with the observation, "She wowed the audiences with her cameo in Dil Se, then she zapped the viewers with her sensuality in Soldier and now Preity Zinta is all set to shock everybody with her stark performance [in Sangharsh]." Her portrayal of Priya Bakshi, a teenage single mother who fights social prejudice, earned her several award nominations, including her first nomination for Best Actress at the Filmfare Awards.Anupama Chopra from India Today reported that Zinta belonged to a new breed of Hindi film actors that breaks away from character stereotypes.