Actor Raveena Tandon was recently conferred with the fourth-highest civilian award, the Padma Shri, by President Droupadi Murmu. Her family, friends and colleagues congratulated her on the achievement. However, a few people on social media questioned whether she deserves the honour. In a recent interview, Raveena spoke about these trolls and said that their comments don’t affect her.
Raveena said that the people who are trolling her are not aware of the ‘long hours’ that an actor puts in. She told Mid-Day, “I don’t want to give any importance to them as they have their own agenda. The comments of a few, who have 20 followers and haven’t seen the work that I have done, will not diminish my body of work.”
She added that these trolls only focus on the “glamour” without realising how much hard work goes into making films. “They don’t see the hard work and long hours we put in. We know how polarised things are on social media today, but others have sent such beautiful (wishes),” said Raveena.
Raveena, who will be next seen in the romantic-comedy Ghudchadi alongside Sanjay Dutt, Parth Samthan and Khushali Kumar, had shared pictures from the special day when she was conferred with the Padma Shri. She was accompanied by her husband Anil Thadani and her two children, Rasha and Ranbir Thadani, at the ceremony.