Bombay: Realizing your full potential and challenging your acting profession is a long journey in the film industry, and few people decide to take this difficult path. For actor Raveena Tandon, this was the only way forward in life and in his career. The actor recently opened up about the obstacles and villainy she faced in trying to make a name for herself in the industry away from mainstream roles and movies. In her last interview with an entertainment portal, Raveena opened up about being deregistered, or worse, being linked to her own brother and fearing a terrible month where she would be used as the subject of magazine gossip again.Also Read – KGF 2 Release Date: Yash, Sanjay Dutt, Raveena Tandon Starrer to FINALLY hit theaters on this date

Raveena made her Bollywood debut with her 1991 action flick, Patthar ke phool. The actor has never regretted his films – Mohra, Dilwale, Bade Miyan Chote Miyan, Shool, Pardesi Babu and Aunt No.1 among others – has become a success. She also made her digital debut with the Netflix series Aranyk in which she played the role of a Pahadi cop. The actor however remembers the time when she cried to fall asleep. Talk to The companion of cinema, she said: “I remember many sleepless nights where I cried to fall asleep and dreaded every month another yellow, talkative tabloid tearing me apart completely, my credibility, my reputation, my parents in tatters and I was would ask, ‘What is this about?’. ” Also Read – Raveena Tandon’s Hot Dance on Tip Tip Barsa Paani Mesmerizes Everyone on Dance Deewane 3 | Viral video

The actor added that even when she confronted these gossip peddlers, she was told to take it “with a pinch of salt.” Raveena said: “They linked me to my own brother and Stardust wrote about that as well. ‘There is a handsome blond boy who comes to drop off Raveena Tandon, we have discovered Raveena Tandon’s boyfriend’. We have experienced this. Who would clarify and how much would you like? You were at the mercy of these journalists and editors. Even if you said “hello?” They would say ‘yes, okay take it with a pinch of salt’. Also Read – Raveena Tandon Shows Up to Help Amid COVID-19 Crisis, Sends Oxygen Cylinders to Delhi

It was difficult for a woman of the 90s to establish her individual identity in the movies. It was the time when stories were still being written for “heroes” and “heroines” were there only for the glamor. Things changed for the better today and Raveena decided to explore those changes. Did you watch his performance at Aranyk?

Cory E. Barnes

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