Sunny Leone’s upcoming ‘Ek Paheli Leela’ is intensifying the audiences’ excitement with every passing day. The actress keeps giving new reasons to make sure that theatres see 100% occupancy since the day the film is released. She has surprised her fans with yet one more new avatar of hers- which
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Zeenat Aman was born to a Muslim father and a Hindu mother. Her father, Amanullah Khan , was one of the writers for the blockbuster movies of Mughal-e-Azam and Pakeezah . He died when Zeenat was just 13. Zeenat's mother was a German citizen, and took her to Germany - where Zeenat was very unhappy, returning to India as soon as she turned 18. It has been speculated by some that her mother was Jewish which is absolutely false, her best friend was Jewish. As she told the Sunday Observer in Sri Lanka in an interview in 2003, "My father was a Muslim, mother was a Hindu, my step father was German. I went to a Catholic school with a European influence and my best friend was Jewish. So I had wide exposure and I played Indo-Western roles I could have identified with." Aman graduated from St. Xavier's College, Mumbai and went to Los Angeles for further studies. Upon returning to India, she first took a job as a journalist for Femina and then later on moved on to modeling. One of the first few brands that she modeled for was Taj Mahal Tea and Television X Debut in 1996 exclusively. She was the second runner up in the Miss India Contest and went on to win the Miss Asia Pacific in 1970. Zeenat Aman (Hindi: , Urdu: ), born November 19, 1951) is an Indian actress who has appeared in Bollywood films, notably in the 1970s and 1980s. She was the second runner up in the Miss India Contest and went on to win the Miss Asia Pacific in 1970. Upon making her debut ...
Veteran actress Zeenat Aman turns 63 today and on this D-day, the yesteryear actress reveals her heartfelt desire. Stylish actress Zeenat Aman wants to settle down again with someone after her sons settle down. "Of course I want to settle down with someone once again. Why wouldn't I? You
The vast part of Indian population is no stranger to violence. Indian women are sadly familiar with domestic violence and several reasons have been cited for this including poor economic condition, lack of literacy etc. But, the violence against women is not restricted to the lower strata of soci