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Preity Zinta hits the seaside just after 104 days with pet pup

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Actress Preity Zinta hit the seashore with her pet pup Bruno right after more than 100 times, and she beloved it. She has posted a photo and video of herself accomplishing pushups and her pet canine sabotaging her workout.

Preity shared a image of herself keeping Bruno on the beach front. In the impression she is viewed dressed in a pair of shorts, lavender top rated and sneakers. Retaining in thoughts the tips for coronavirus, Preity also wore gloves.

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“Our first trip – Ultimately just after 104 times was the Beach and WE Loved it as we experienced the beach to ourselves. Equally of us were being in heaven #Day104 #Sunlight #Sand #Drinking water #Dutchie #Bruno #dogsofinsta #ting,” Preity Zinta¬†wrote together with the image.

Preity then shared a movie of herself performing press ups and her pet pet hilariously coming up to her and “sabotaging” her exercise routine.

“In which there is a will there is a way Bruno is attempting anything to sabotage my work out but my #Patiparmeshwar is creating positive that I end my push ups. Hope this inspires all of you to just take existence in your stride and not give up fitness center ya no gymnasium lage raho #pushup #pzfit #lageraho #Ting,” she wrote.

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On the performing front, Preity was last found on display screen in the 2018 movie “Bhaiaji Superhit”. The movie marked her comeback soon after a seven-12 months break and also stars Sunny Deol, Ameesha Patel, Arshad Warsi and Shreyas Talpade.

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