Raveena Tandon, who inaugurated a fashion event in Mumbai recently, has come down heavily on ‘stick-thin’ women in the glamour industry, who she feels are a bad example for the younger generation of women in India. “I have always believed in a woman’s elegance, grace and femininity. Today most of
the girls are stick-thin and that’s a tragedy. They have made life tough for women like me,” the 38-year-old said.
Raveena Tandon arrived in a fuschia pink sari at the Golden Petal awards.
The actor who became synonymous with her dance number Tu Cheez Badi Hai Mast Mast from the film Mohra (1994) also added, “Today, when girls dance on-screen, it looks like two dandiya sticks dancing. It’s funny. I don’t understand this concept of being of an abnormally small size. I am a normal size, I am an average person, and I am happy with my size.”