Earlier this week, Raveena Tandon issued an apology after she ‘accidentally’ liked a post that criticized the acting of Agastya Nanda and Khushi Kapoor in Zoya Akhtar‘s film ‘The Archies,’ which was released on an OTT platform last week. The film has garnered mixed reactions from audiences since its release.
Now, the actress has shared a cryptic poston her Instagram handle.It read, ‘Like it or not, sometimes kuch kiye bina bhi bahut kuch bharna padta hai’.
Check out her post here:

The film, which marks the debut of Agastya, Khushi, and Suhana Khan, is generating widespread discussion on social media. While many have appreciated the look and feel of the movie, there has been some criticism of the performances. A particular social media page trolled Agastya and Khushi, and Raveena was observed liking the post.

Her engagement on social media drew widespread attention, and the news of her liking a post that criticized the star kids quickly went viral. Raveena has since issued an apology to

The Archies team, expressing that she was unaware of her social media activity and extending apologies to all parties involved.

Raveena Tandon gets TROLLED for liking post criticising Agastya Nanda and Khushi Kapoor’s performances in ‘The Archies’; issues apology but deletes it later

In the meantime, Raveena has unveiled her upcoming OTT show titled ‘Karmma Calling.’ On Friday, the actress posted a teaser of the web series on her Instagram handle. The teaser discloses that Raveena will portray the character of Indrani Kothari, the reigning queen of the Alibaug society. She is set to invite everyone into her unabashedly opulent world of glitz and glamour, teeming with deceit and betrayal.
This revelation has led many to speculate that the post is, indeed, a promotional effort. It will stream on the OTT platform from January 26, 2024.

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