Been a rage during the late 80s and 90s, if there’s one thing about Raveena Tandon, it’s that she continues to stay young and turn heads wherever she goes. Having adopted two girls at the young age of 21 and turning a grandmother much before her 50s, the ravishing Raveena was the true Sheher Ki Ladki before women followed suit with their new-found individuality.
On the latest episode of 104.8 Ishq’s What Women Want 2, the actress along with the show host Kareena Kapoor Khan gives her take on the recent trend of remixes, relevance of women in cinema. Raveena also opened up about her take on a sequel of the cult classic Andaz Apna Apna and if there even should there be one.
On being asked why actresses stop getting roles once they cross the age of 40-50, Raveena spoke the diminishing lead roles for actresses above the age of 40. She said, “This used to be the norm back in the day, a culture thing of sorts that once a heroine gets married, she becomes a Babhi figure. She ceases to be a male fantasy.”
Further reiterating her point, Raveena, “But now I feel that the trend has changed. Now, even our audience accepts that this is just another job. This is work for us and I think that is a good thing which has come about. So whether it is your sister Lolo or me, Kajol, Manisha or Tabu, whoever from our age group, they are still doing such phenomenal work.”
She further added, “I think right now is a great time. especially, for you guys, five years down the line, you will see an even better time.” The actress also talked about being relevant on social media and said that she likes to keep herself away from it.
On the work front, Raveena is all set to share the screen space with Kannada superstar Yash In KGF Chapter 2. Raveena will be seen playing the role of a cop Ramika Sen.