Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best Zeenat Aman Quotes. Let’s look at these pieces of wisdom. We definitely have something to learn from them!
In cinema, I would not really rate my costar and I would not pick a project because of the costar. I would pick a project because of the director. And the script.
In a vast and diverse country like India, a political party with secular ideology can ensure stable and progressive government.
I’ll always remember Vinod Khanna as a thorough gentleman, cultured, polite, who knew how to conduct himself with the ladies.
I am a single mother of two sons and politics demands 100 per cent commitment.
It is inherent in every girl, to want that extra sparkle in her eyes, extra shine in her hair and bounce in her walk.
I want Priyanka Chopra to do my biopic. I think she is very good and lovely. Priyanka would be the ideal actress to play my part.
I have two grown up sons who, as I’ve repeatedly said are my first and only priority in life.
I think it’s important for women to speak up, it’s important to speak up for their rights.
My personal style statement is to be comfortable because if you are comfortable you are confident.
You know why stardom screws up people ? Because it gives you too many choices. As a 20-year-old I was making as much money as, well, as much money as it was possible for a 20-year-old to make in India. That sort of thing could drive people nuts. But I put my in money in the bank.
When I was actively working, I had more than my share of limelight. But over the last many years I have been leading a quiet life and I’ve learnt to value my privacy.
I looked after my children, I looked after my husband but there was no one to look after me. I am sure no other woman would have lasted in my situation for too long. But I held onto Mazhar.
I always wanted to work with Ashutosh Gowariker because of the interesting ways in which he depicts stories in his films.
I have always let my heart rule my head, but if I could rewind and start afresh I would listen to my mother. I would agree and follow whatever she told me.
Nobody ever thought of me as dumb. They always knew me as cerebral, a thinking person. Educated and so on. But I was always given glamorous roles.
Mazhar never wanted me to grow as an individual or as an artist. He always wanted me to be with the kids and be at home. During the very first year of marriage I realised I had made a huge mistake, but I decided to live by it and make it work. I tried to make it work for another 12 years.
I am a great student and fan of history.
I was delighted when Ashutosh Gowariker offered me the role of ‘Sakina Begum.’
Qurbani’ was such an amazing film and one of the biggest successes of my career.
In film you have the opportunity of retakes or of giving your best profile. In theatre, it’s right here, right now.
I’ve had the basic courage and confidence to never follow convention.
I wish the people of India and Pakistan peace and harmony. Artistes and craftsmen in both the countries must interact with each other as talent has no borders. We both have common music, culture and craftsmanship.
I’m an eternal optimist. I’ve no regrets. I’ve people who love me. I’ve a wonderful life. I’m grateful for what I have.
Life’s so unpredictable. You never know when the next high or low will strike you. The trick is just to flow with the tide.
It is a feel-good factor when you get an instant reaction from the audience.
Dev sahab was indefatigable. Till the end, he believed in what he did.
I see no point in holding grudges. I’d rather not have any negativity within me.
See, life is a journey and every chapter is very interesting.
I am comfortable with technology. I am a private person and would rather not be on Twitter or Facebook.
Life is just a journey and how you traverse it is what matters.
I would like to say to as many people as possible that please go and see the film ‘Jaana,’ because we all have worked hard to make it a good film.
I have two sons and I have taught them to respect women. They have also seen how I, a single mother, have raised them.
I think the world consists of yin and yang. There should be a balance, and it’s important to coexist peacefully, with respect and dignity, and whenever those lines are crossed I think it’s important for people to speak up for what they believe in.
Ever since my husband expired, I’ve been even more careful in bringing up my kids, and stayed away from work.
You tend to take your journey for granted after a while, but when I pause and look back, I feel blessed that I had so many opportunities.
It’s a personal thing whether one wants to be on social media or not.
Women have always wanted to look attractive.
I believe in secular politics.
Many from Peshawar starred in our film industry and Lahore too was the hub of films before the Partition.
Age should not come in the way of love.
I’m a vegetarian, but now, on my doctor’s orders, I have begun eating egg white.
I came from a matriarchal family, and was always treated as an individual.
The media named me Zeenie Babs, long long ago. I was even called Babushka.
I think arts should be liberal, people should be allowed to express themselves. It happens in most democratic countries in the world, and I don’t see why it should be different in India.
Nariman Irani was such a wonderful man.
To perform on stage, you have to run through your paces till you are perfect. Despite the script and director, the actor makes or breaks the play.
Like every other girl or woman I had imagined and visualized a totally different picture of a married life in my head. But in reality it was nothing like it. Mazhar was never there whenever I needed him. Even when I was pregnant, he was not there to support me or be happy with me.
We actors have lives beyond the film industry too!
I don’t speak but understand Gujarati.
In terms of experience, I am a much more evolved person than I was at my peak as a star.
I think the parts that I played sort of broke the mould in terms of – you know, I played grey characters, the bad girl with a good heart, there was a good reason for her to be bad.
I got into films by accident.
I feel special when I’m told girls look up to me.
Mumbai has so much to offer, but the pathetic spectacle of horse abuse is the first thing that many tourists see, and it taints their impression of our great city.
The past is past. There is no point in repeating what you did in the past.
I listen to jazz, Western classical, contemporary, Bollywood and heavy metal.
If you are uncomfortable you are always adjusting.
You know I was always looking out for age appropriate roles.
I think it’s very wrong to be an unwed mother. You give your child the stigma of illegitimacy.
When you worked with Vinod Khanna, you knew that you would never be double-crossed.