Raveena Tandon, who was in the US to perform at an event celebrating India's Independence Day, had to face the misbehaviour of one of the organisers. The star alleged in a tweet that the man was drunk and there was no security to step in and control him.
The actor added that the man was one of the organisers of the event at Los Angeles and he was upset that his children didn't get to travel with her in the car. He started shouting nasty comments till she asked some people to control him.
"In LA after two glorious days, of spending the Independence Day celebrations- sadly a bad ending. All was going well. Till a drunk got on stage. Some chap... started misbehaving, and padding comments, sadly all security was down and couldn't get to him first. (He) was one of the organisers and was upset that his kids didn't get to travel in my car with me to the event, which security and protocol didn't allow. Started making nasty remarks till I had to yell out to the others to get some other guys up... And that's when they took him away! But yes I did give him a piece of my mind too.. That's no way to talk to anyone- when I didn't even know what he was upset about...," she wrote.
The actor, who featured in the short film Jai Hind that pays homage to the freedom fighters, also shared that she had met "such nice people. But this guy spoilt the whole evening. And the event went off amazing too".