One of the most loved and iconic female superstar who represents our Indian cinema and is pride of bollywood industry, Zeenat in awe as Dum Maro Dum tune featured in iPhone 13 launch.
Whilst the entire social media, fans, netizens and internet has gone happy and surprised with the fact of biggest smartphone giant iPhone using the cult iconic song Dum Maro Dum which featured the stunning and legendary indian cinema icon Zeenat Aman and late bollywood star Dev Anand in leading roles from the hit 1971 film Hare Rama Hare Krishna, Zeenat in awe as Dum Maro Dum tune featured in iPhone 13 launch.
This is really amazing and happening news scoop of the day all set to make hindi film lovers smile with pride since finally now with her recent candid conversational interview by a leading newspaper publication, even Zeenat in awe as Dum Maro Dum tune featured in iPhone 13 launch.
A day back on tuesday itself, Apple finally ended up launching four new models in the iPhone 13 lineup at the much awaited ‘California Streaming’ launch event and yes what instantly ended up grabbing the attention and eyeballs of fans and netizens on social media was the fact that Dum Maro Dum song tune was used for the launch post which the entire internet and social media went crazy and berserk with fans posting about it on microblogging site Twitter and instagram too and now finally, even Zeenat in awe as Dum Maro Dum tune featured in iPhone 13 launch.
In her latest interview with a leading newspaper publication, the iconic legendary diva Zeenat Aman herself on whom the song had been originally picturised and filmed, finally opened up on the same and also spoke in depth about how and what she felt when her iconic song was used in the iPhone 13 launch event.
Talking about this, Zeenat said, “The film was shot in Kathmandu and when I frankly heard this song for the first time, I loved it but surely didn’t expect it to become such a mammoth chartbuster. They all talk to me about this when I am at any music event even today”.
Adding to that, Zeenat Aman mentioned about how this was indeed “a really exhilarating and proud feeling to learn that the 1971 music of ‘Hare Rama Hare Krishna’ was still so relevant and resonating. Wow”.