Veteran actress Zeenat Aman is quite active on social media and keeps sharing interesting anecdotes from her early years. The actress attained a decent following on social media and debuted on the platform a year ago. On Tuesday, Zeenat Aman posted her 100th post that was as bizarre and fascinating at the same time.
Zeenat Anan took to her Instagram account and shared a post, wherein she was seen decked up as Cleopatra. Her caption also had a pun intended on the river Nile. The picture was taken during the shoot of her 1977 film Chhailla Babu.
The actress captioned the picture by writing, “When you know you’re a queen but they’re still in de-Nile. It’s quite surreal to think that just a year ago I was completely clueless about social media, and yet here I am today, uploading my 100th post to Instagram! Now you know I love a good laugh. So please celebrate this milestone with me in Meme-at Aman style.”
She even asked her fans to drop their puns in the comment section. “Leave your best puns and one-liners in the comments, or share them in your stories for me to repost. Quite a fun way to mark this occasion, don’t you sphinx? 🌺 P.S: Which one of you can tell me where this picture is from?”
Farah Khan was quick to react to the actress’s post and dropped her one-liner saying, “Uv always been the best “ mummy” Zeenat 😂.” While a fan said, “POV – Zeenat when someone tries to steal her Aman(peace).” A netizen commented, “She just Niles it every single time.”
Zeenat Aman debuted on Instagram on the 13th of February, 2023. The actress posted a picture of herself with a heartfelt note stating, “Laughing at the places life takes me. Why hello there, Instagram.”
Since her time on the social media app, she has shared several references from the past of how cinema was dominated by men in 70s’. The actress even revealed some hilarious moments from her personal life.
Meanwhile, Zeenat Aman will be appearing in her upcoming film Bun Tikki, whose shooting has been wrapped up. The movie features Zeenat Aman, Shabana Azmi, and Abhay Deol in key roles. It is helmed by Faraz Arif Ansari and co-produced by Manish Malhotra.