Raveena Tandon: Missing a Bit of red lipstick and reacts to being called ‘nani’ at 46.
The favourite red lipstick by Raveena Tandon is absent. To speak her mind, she took Instagram.
With her face shrouded in masks after the COVID-19 pandemic began a year ago, Bollywood actress Raveena Tandon misses applying her favourite red lipstick. On Sunday Raveena brought her thoughts to Instagram. The actress posted a stunning shot of herself in a red long gown, as well as a few photos of her face covered in red lipstick.
Raveena also wrote with the images. “Hello there ! Missing all my red! With the last entire year being covered in masks, and continuing to do so..missing a bit of the #redlipstick action..”
Raveena recently took to Instagram to express how much she misses her job, which has been put on hold due to the pandemic. The actress shared a few photos from her final day of filming for the forthcoming crime series “Aranyak” in February.
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#Throwback . The final day of the #aranyak shoot. In February, it’s all smiles. Missing the gang, the action, the good times… happy days will return. I didn’t realise I’d miss work too much! Hahaha, I’ve always looked forward to the break between jobs, and now I’m looking forward to a break in the pandemic so I can get back to work! “We will surpass this time as well,” she posted alongside the images, using the hashtag #thistooshallpass.
Raveen Tandon reacts to being called ‘nani’ at 46.
Previously, Raveena said in a meeting that her ‘the greatest choice of her life’ was adopting the girls – Pooja & Chhaya.Raveena Tandon
Actress Raveena Tandon, who is actively involved on social media, recently discussed how she felt about being referred to as “nani” at the age of 46.
The adopted daughters of Raveena Pooja and Chhaya are both blessed with their own children and lead a marriage happiness life for the unversed. The air hostess is Chhaya and the case planner is Pooja.
Raveena disclosed in an interview with a portal that when she took her girls when she was 21 years old, the eldest girl is 11 years old.
MissMalini was the one who told her, “People assume you’re 70-80 years old the moment you say that name. I was 21 when I took in my daughters, and my oldest was 11. We just have an 11-year age difference between us. She’s had her daughter, so she’s more of a friend now, but I’m also a mother figure in her life. That’s what having a grandmother entails, because that’s how it is.”
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Raveena had previously said in an interview Time Of Hindustan that adopting the girls was the “best choice of her life.”
She’d said, “They had an aura around them that made me feel as though my age of 21 didn’t matter. It was, without a doubt, the best decision I’ve ever made. I treasure every minute I’ve spent with them, from the first time I held them in my arms to walking them down the aisle.”
“From the time I held the girls’ hands on our first flight, to walking them down the aisle, to holding my first grandchild in my arms, every moment has been priceless,” Raveena said in a Verve interview in 2018.
Meanwhile, Raveena was recently in the headlines after she posted a black-and-white photograph from Chintu uncle’s (Rishi Kapoor) and Neetu aunty’s wedding, which the late actor had apparently asked Raveena to find for inclusion in his autobiography, ‘Khullam Khulla: Rishi Kapoor Uncensored.’
Raveena wrote alongside the black-and-white photograph, “I discovered a real gem. Still it’s a little late. Thank you for finding this picture, @juuhithesoniibabbar. Chintu uncle insisted on using this photo for his autobiography. And I’d somehow misplaced the original. It was discovered. So there I am, at Chintu Uncle’s wedding, standing with him. I wish I’d had it a little sooner. Regardless, it is a blessing for me. @neetu54 (sic) #treasuredmemories”
The actor is married to Anil Thadani, a film distributor, with whom she has two daughters, Rasha and Ranbirvardhan.