Raveena Tandon was recently spotted in Rishikesh. In a video shared by ANI, Raveena was seen with a group of priests at the Parmarth Niketan Ghat, performing a puja, ahead of Diwali. Looking stunning in a red salwar suit, Raveena also carried a shawl and sported a tilak. Take a look…

It seems like Raveena has already dived deep into the festive spirit as she was recently spotted at designer Manish Malhotra’s Diwali party with daughter Rasha Thadani.

The mother-daughter duo happily posed for the paps before making their way in.
Raveena, who turned 49 last month, celebrated her big day with her daughter in a forest. Talking about it, Raveena had earlier said that that there are no rituals and their children always plan a surprise when the clock hits 12. But this time, her daughter asked her what she wants to do and Raveena told her ‘let’s run away to the jungle’.

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Recently, Raveena had shared glimpses of her Maha Ashtami celebrations as she was accompanied by her daughter Rasha and Sara Ali Khan. She had taken to Instagram to share a string of pictures from the event.
Raveena wore a red suit for the day while her daughter Rasha chose a yellow embroidered suit. Sara was also be seen posing for the camera in a selfie taken by Raveena.

On the work front, Raveena will be seen in a forthcoming romantic-comedy film Ghudchadi alongside Sanjay Dutt, Parth Samthan, and Khushali Kumar in the upcoming months. Apart from that, she also has Patna Shukla in her kitty.
Her daughter Rasha, on the other hand, will make her Bollywood debut alongside Aaman Devgan in Abhishek Kapoor’s next film. The film is slated to release on February 9, 2024. The film is not titled yet and it’s produced by Ronnie Screwvala and Pragya Kapoor.

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