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Zeenat Aman yet again shares memorable moment from life; when she wore burkha to theatre

Zeenat Aman has taken over her Instagram handle on Monday morning to share her experience of going incognito to live the audiences reaction inside the theatre, during her intial days of acting.

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Zeenat Aman yet again shares memorable moment from life; when she wore burkha to theatre

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Veteran actress Zeenat Aman never leaves a single chunk in making her die hard fanmatics revisit through her good old days. The actress started reminisching her throw back days of her career ever since she started off with her Instagram handle and we are so liking it. Known for sharing unheard glimpses, the classic icon has came up with an yet another oozing story of her past and shared her experiences of battling tough while going to watch her own movie in theatres. 

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Zeenat Ji's new Instagram post 

Zeenat Aman has taken over her Instagram handle on Monday morning to share her experience of going incognito to live the audiences reaction inside the theatre, during her intial days of acting. Sharing an enthralling post on her feeds, from a theatre(recent), she took off while sharing her love for cinema and her silver screen crush Paul Newman. "I must have been a preteen when I developed my first silver screen crush. It was a dashing Paul Newman in The Silver Chalice, and I wasn’t the only girl to feel my heart flutter when he came on screen," she stated.

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Zeenat Aman use to watch her cinema wearing Burkha

Time flew by and surprisingly, Zeenat Ji herself thrown into the pits of cinema and became an Bollywood's iconic sensation in no time. Proceeding further, she said, "Years later I entered the film industry by chance more than design. There is of course a thrill to being in front of the camera, but I still wager that being a member of the audience is more fun! In my early years as an actor, I would buy tickets for 'my' films and watch them incognito to gauge the audience reaction. Often this involved wearing a burkha to avoid being recognised." 

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The time has changed and so thus the thrill 

The actress also threw light on the changing course of adrenalin among the cinema goers these days. "I suspect the sheer glut of content available now has blunted the thrill of movie watching. But my older followers will remember how novel, exciting and entertaining cinema-going used to be," she continued. Her Instagram post also included a black and white image from the past, took nearly 40 years back to which she said, "These two images, taken some 40 years apart, show me as a member of the audience. Demure and a tad self conscious at a theatre in Calcutta sometime in the late 70s; raucous and care free at a screening of 'my' Don at Regal Cinema just last year."

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