Little ways to bring better change

Little ways to bring better change
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Actress turned producer Raveena Tandon congratulated FICCI and YFLO members on their initiatives towards women empowerment during an event at Park Hyatt, Hyderabad on Tuesday I am touched with the work that FICCI does for women and girl child issues These initiatives are strongly needed in our society so that people are aware of how important it is to focus on such issues, she added

Actress turned producer Raveena Tandon congratulated FICCI and YFLO members on their initiatives towards women empowerment during an event at Park Hyatt, Hyderabad on Tuesday. “I am touched with the work that FICCI does for women and girl child issues. These initiatives are strongly needed in our society so that people are aware of how important it is to focus on such issues,” she added.

On being fit she shared, “I feel workout is necessary and you must give at least 45 minutes of your day to yourself so that you can exercise and maintain yourself fit. And as far as my beauty is concerned, I think most important thing is that if you are beautiful in your heart you are beautiful in your soul.”

Speaking about women in entertainment industry she expressed, “To be honest we have had different challenges. The younger generation goes through a lot on social media and it is difficult to combat that negativity and you must take it in your style. Luckily in our days people used to watch us in cinema and not elsewhere. But, I think the film magazines have done enough trolling that we have scars on us for life time. I don’t really know if I will do this again, but I do not know what destiny has for me.”

Talking about the challenges of being a producer Raveena shared, “My experience as a producer was not really great. I was completely taken for a ride by someone whom I knew from the past 17 years. Over all I am happy that I picked up on my own and made films which were message oriented and meant something to me.”

She has always worked for the girl child even before she started her film career. “I used to go to the orphanage with my mother and help the children there. I appeal to everyone that in their little ways they can do so much to bring change in the society,” she signs off.

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