Raveena Tandon‘s darling daughter Rasha Thadani is all grown up and is all set to follow her superstar mother’s footsteps and make her foray into the entertainment industry.
In a recent interview with NDTV, Raveena talked about her daughter Rasha’s response when she was first photographed by the paparazzi. She also shared the advice she gave her daughter after that experience.
Raveena recalled the incident, mentioning that her daughter, Rasha, questioned how the paparazzi found her in a salon. Raveena explained that it was likely due to the car number, as they often follow the car on bikes whenever they spot it.Providing further details about her daughter’s reaction, Tandon mentioned that Rasha informed her about going to the salon and dressing up accordingly. Disclosing the guidance she offered to her daughter, the 49-year-old actress conveyed, “I told her, ‘It’s okay, just be yourself. You don’t have to change for anyone.'”

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Raveena made sure to keep her children away from the spotlight when they were young. She explained that she didn’t want them to feel too special at such a young age. Raveena believed that exposing them to a lot of attention early on could lead to insecurity later in life if that attention were to suddenly change or be taken away.
She also mentioned that she used to explain to her children that the photographers were there because of her. The actress clarified that she deliberately and carefully avoided taking them to places where she knew there would be media and they might get photographed.

Rasha Thadani is set to make her Bollywood debut in Abhishek Kapoor‘s upcoming film. The movie will also mark the introduction of Ajay Devgn‘s nephew, Aaman Devgan. Despite various speculations regarding the release date, the film is anticipated to hit the screens on February 9, 2024.

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