CELEBRITY NEWS: Actor Raveena Tandon is set to be seen in KGF Chapter 2 with actor Yash where she plays both the hero and villain in the movie.
Raveena was last seen on the big screen with the chartbuster ‘Sheher Ki Ladki’ from Khandaani Shafakhaana. Tandon however did state that it was a one-off thing. “I love dancing, but I want to do more age-appropriate stuff now, something I can do with dignity and grace,” Raveena asserts.
According to the Mumbai Mirror, the actor said that the shooting has been done, while the dubbing remains. “I am playing a politician, a strong character. She is the hero as well as the villain of the film, with a very interesting story arc,” Raveena said. The actor mentioned that she is also exploring writing. “I have completed four shows that have all been greenlit. I will be producing them as well.”
Another one of her projects is with director-choreographer Ahmed Khan, with whom she judged the dance reality show Nach Baliye. “Ahmed discussed his next directorial, a comedy, with me during the show. He is an old friend and we share a comfort zone, so I didn’t ask many questions before saying ‘yes’. It was to go on the floors in June-July, but now, there is no clarity,” revealed Raveena.
The actor is currently spending family time at home, with one of her daughters in Goa and another in South Africa.
In other news, Sushant Singh Rajput’s family announce the launch of the actors foundation as well as turning his childhood home into a memorial.
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