Preity Zinta 'Turned-Off' by Men With Money But No Manners

  | August 10, 2015 09:02 IST (Mumbai)
Preity Zinta

Preity was expressing her views on Twitter

"The best looking guy with money and style without manners is actually a big turn-off. Manners don't belong to the rich or to the poor, but to the one whose parents have spent time on his or her upbringing. Good upbringing = good manners," Preity tweeted

A man who may be good-looking, have money and style - but lacks etiquette and good manners - is a turn-off for actress Preity Zinta, who believes good conduct is as essential on virtual platforms as in real life.
Preity chose 'Manners and etiquette in life and on social media' as a topic of discussion with her Twitter followers on Sunday.
Preity, who was earlier dating industrialist Ness Wadia, added that "a simple 'please' or 'thank you' went a long way in life".
The actress wrote on Twitter:
Preity, who crossed over to the small screen as a judge of dance reality TV show Nach Baliye this year, feels that 'kids are losing their etiquette and manners' because of the growing 'maid' culture' in India.

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