EXCLUSIVE! Raveena Tandon Reveals About Working With Govinda Again, Says ‘I Am Dying To …’

She Emphasized Her Belief In Healthy Competition And Clarified Her Stance Against Cutthroat Tactics

Raveena Tandon is all set to make a grand return to the silver screen in the much-anticipated “Welcome 3,” where fans will witness her iconic pairing with Akshay Kumar after a 20-year hiatus. The excitement reached its peak when a teaser video featuring the star-studded cast was released.

In an exclusive interview with Lehren Retro, the talented actress gave insights into her role in “Welcome 3.” She described the film as a comedy extravaganza, and her enthusiasm for reuniting with Govinda, fondly known as “Chichi,” was palpable.

“That’s a comedy film which I’ll enjoy with all my boys again – Sunil, Akshay, Sanju. It’s a comedy, just like how we used to enjoy it. I am looking forward to working with Chichi (Govinda) again because I am dying to work with Chichi on a mad comedy,” Raveena Tandon shared.

During the same interview, Raveena discussed her approach to rivalry in the film industry. She emphasized her belief in healthy competition and clarified her stance against cutthroat tactics. Raveena stated, “I have never engaged in such political maneuvering or groupism,” reaffirming her commitment to supporting newcomers and emerging talents.

However, she candidly acknowledged the unfortunate reality of losing out on film projects due to industry politics. Raveena revealed, “I have lost many films I was supposed to do, like ‘Saajan Chale Sasural,’ which I was supposed to do with David and Chichi (Govinda). I had also signed ‘Vijaypath,’ among two or three other instances of such politics.”

As fans eagerly await the comedic brilliance of “Welcome 3” and Raveena Tandon’s return to the big screen, her candid and refreshing perspective on the industry continues to make her a beloved figure in Bollywood.

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