Zeenat Aman is considered an icon, owing to the kind of choices she made and roles she did in the 70s and 80s. But that’s not all. Zeenat continues to lure even the younger generation today and keeps them inspired by her words of wisdom along with honesty. Zeenat is a sensation on social media, which is why, the internet is in awe to see her on ‘Koffee With Karan 8′ with another icon Neetu Kapoor.
On this episode, Zeenat was asked about the actress who would be perfect for her biopic. The actress very confidently took Priyanka Chopra‘s name and thought she would be apt for her biopic. Meanwhile, when Karan asked her which actress would be apt to play the role of Rupa in ‘Satyam Shivam Sunderam‘, Zeenat took Deepika Padukone‘s name.
Well, we’re sure everyone agrees with Aman’s choices for these roles. We can already imagine DP getting into Aman’s shoes for ‘Satyam Shivam Sunderam’. Earlier, in a post, Zeenat had spoken about her role in the film and said that she never really understood the accusations of obscenity that she got for the role.
She had said “Anyone acquainted with the history of Bollywood will know that there was much controversy and brouhaha about my character Rupa in Satyam Shivam Sundaram. I was always quite amused by the accusations of obscenity as I did not and do not find anything obscene about the human body. I am a director’s actor and these looks were part of my job. Rupa’s sensuality was not the crux of the plot, but a part of it. As it is, the set is not even remotely a sensual space. Every move is choreographed, rehearsed and performed in front of dozens of crew members.”

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