Lakshya turns 17: Preity Zinta calls it her 'toughest film ever'
Preity Zinta went down memory lane to recall shooting for Lakshya in Ladakh and called it her toughest ever.
The Hrithik Roshan and Preity Zinta-starrer Lakshya released 17 years ago on this day, and it was Farhan Akhtar's second film as a director. The actress went down memory lane to recall shooting for the film in Ladakh and called it her toughest ever.
Preity posted a snippet of the song Agar Main Kahoon from the film on Instagram. "Remembering Lakshya today -- My toughest film ever. Filming at 18000+feet in Ladakh was brutal and beautiful at the same time. I'm so proud of this film and everything it stood for (sic)," she captioned the image.
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Preity added: "It is definitely a love letter to all the army brats out there It's also a reminder to never forget all those sacrifices & the unmatched bravery of our armed forces. Thank you @amitabhbachchan ji @faroutakhtar @hrithikroshan @ritesh_sid@zoieakhtar @reemakagti1@jaduakhtar @shankarehsaanloy & the entire cast n crew for this memorable experience. #17yearsofLakshya #Memories #Jaihind #Ting (sic)."
Lakshya, a war drama, tells the coming-of-age story of a young man who finds purpose in life after becoming an army officer. It is a fictional account set against the backdrop of the 1999 Kargil War.