Actor Raveena Tandon Talks About Her Journey Of 30 Years In Bollywood

While talking about her journey in Bollywood, the actor said she established herself in the patriarchal industry through her hard work. Raveena made her debut in the 1991 action movie “Patthar Ke Phool”. Moreover, the actor, with her hard work and dedication, has made her mark on the industry as one of the top female actors of the decade. Later, the actor worked in movies like Mohra, Diwale, Khiladiyon Ka Khiladi, and Bade Miyan Chote Miyan.

The actor is now preparing herself to make her digital debut in the series, titled “Aranyak.” The series stars Tandon as a cop named Kasturi Dogra. In the series, Tandon lives in a state of uncertainty due to the investigation of the case and family time. Moreover, she aims to increase her presence in the workplace, where men get favored.

Further, Tandon was asked how she maintained her consistency in a male-dominated industry. In response to this, she said that she always had her breaking times, but her willpower and family helped her to cross the hurdles in her life.Happy Birthday Raveena Tandon: 5 times the actress proved to be 'mast mast' girl with her fun videos | PINKVILLAShe further said, “Perseverance and hard work will always be rewarded.” If you are talented, hardworking and sincere, no one can take that away from you. It was a man’s world then, but I see a great change today. There are times when you thank your family for being your backbone, for being there for you. You also thank those who were not there for you, who probably tried to kick you at a time when you were down at your lowest and tried to completely bury you. I thank those people because they gave me the drive to bounce back ever harder. The harder they tried to put me down, the stronger I wanted to bounce back. “

Talking about the web series, the actor said that Aranyak has given her the opportunity to showcase the struggles faced by women in their personal and professional lives.Happy birthday Raveena Tandon: From drug nexus to nepotism, all her statements during Sushant Singh Rajput case

Vinay Vyakul directed the series, and Rohan Sippy is the showrunner of the series. Talking about her character, Tandon said, “It was a strong female-driven show. My character is fierce, independent, passionate, and a tough and talented cop. That appealed to me. If you look at the movies I have done, there has always been some message in them. From ‘Daman’, “Shool” or “Maatr’. It is important for me to pick up scripts that are about women’s empowerment. There is a subtle message in this that reaches out to many Kasturi Dogras, who are facing the same (dilemma) of certain decisions to be made with no emotional backing.

The series also stars Parambrata Chatterjee, Ashutosh Rana, Meghna Malik, and Zakir Hussain and is set for release on December 10.

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