After introducing her teenage daughter Rasha Thadani to the world ahead of her debut film, actress Raveena Tandon She has now introduced the paparazzi to her son Ranbirvardhan. However, the actress also revealed that her son has no interest in following her footsteps and becoming an actor.
Raveena Tandon was accompanied by her son Ranbirvardhan at a Diwali party recently. For the party, Raveena looked gorgeous in a shimmery yellow sharara. Her 16-year-old son was seen in a black shirt and white pants. In the video, she is seen teaching her son to pose for the paparazzi. The photographers ask Raveena her son’s name and she says `Ranbirvardhan`. The paps asked when his movie came out because it is known that most star kids follow in the footsteps of their actor parents. However, Raveena said ‘no’ and said to become a lawyer. “Yeh lawyer banega” said Raveena followed by a cheer from the paparazzi.
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Meanwhile, Raveena’s 18-year-old daughter Rasha Thadani is gearing up for her first film. Before her debut, the star child has been popular for her social media presence and public outings with her mother. Industry buzz suggests that Rasha will grace the silver screen in Abhishek Kapoor’s next venture. Even more interesting is her co-star, Aaman Devgan, who just so happens to be Ajay Devgn`s nephew
In a recent interview with Lehren Retro, Raveena Tandon emphasized the importance of financial independence. Drawing on her own life experience, she revealed that she had never relied on her family for financial support since she was 16 years old.
Raveena’s commitment to financial independence does not stop with her. She advocates passionately for him, even among her own family. She believes that standing on one’s own two feet is a vital virtue for everyone. Applying this principle to her kids, Rasha and Ranbir declared, “Of course. Rasha is pursuing her education, whether it works for her or not, it’s her passion , it’s her love, it’s her commitment, and she loves it. Tomorrow, my God, if something doesn’t work out for her, she’s independent enough to stand on her own two feet and probably get a job somewhere.”
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