Zeenat Aman reveals why she won't promote brands on Instagram
Zeenat Aman opens up about her decision not to promote brands on social media
Zeenat Aman who recently made an Instagram debut, has revealed why she won't be promoting brands through her social media account.
In her latest post, the veteran actress talked about her love for London by sharing photos of herself from the street of the city and called the city her ‘second home’.
In the caption she wrote: "Oxford Street has changed over the last 45 years, but not nearly as much as I have. I’m in London for a brief visit, and it’s been such fun to show the boys my old haunts. Between personal visits and film shoots, the city was a second home of sorts for many years."
She further wrote: "In my twenties I would make a beeline to this street to browse the aisles of Selfridges. I loved their summer fashions, none of which were available in India at the time. So when I found an outfit I liked, I’d buy it in multiple colours! Once my shopping bags were in hand, it would be time for further retail therapy at Harrods."
While talking about her decision not to promote brands, the 71-year-old actress wrote: "Since I’m on the subject of shopping, I have to say that I’ve noticed that many Instagram profiles are more akin to advertising billboards than blogs! It’s a bit of a pity, but it has helped me decide my own approach to this app."
"Though collaboration requests are pouring in, I’m determined to broach these with caution. I do not think I will share more than three or four, clearly labelled, collaborative posts a month, and I will most definitely not copy-paste captions. I have grown to be possessive of this space we are creating and want to retain its integrity. Both for myself and for those who follow my page, " she added.
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