Raveena Tandon closed Memory Lane late on Saturday night as she shared some rare cameback photos on her Instagram handle with her 90s co-star Saif Ali Khan, dance director Saroj Khan and music maestro Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan.
As the actor was struck with nostalgia, he shared how in the daytime the stars and crew would travel in a bus and shoot Antakshari together during the shoot in European countries. He also said that such fun activities as “a happy family” no longer occur because “everyone now has their own vanity van”.
Sharing the photographs during the shoot of Kshatriya (1993) and Imtihaan (1994), Ranveena wrote, “Some throwback pics of the early 90s, Saif and I roamed around during the shoot of Imtihaan, Saroj #Kshatriya shoot with G, Sanju, Sunny and Divya. The great #nusratfatehalikhan used to travel in buses in Europe to meet Saab, we all used to play Antakshari in the bus, the entire unit, from chance to camera crew, actors all In a big bus, a happy family, doesn’t happen anymore .. Now everyone has their own vanity van (sic). “
Raveena Tandon made another comeback, this time a December 2020 video, herself on Saturday, traveling in an airplane on the first Saturday at the time of COVID-19.
In the video, the actor appears wearing a PPE kit, a safety mask and a face shield as he cleans the armrest of his seat, writing, “My paranoia, but right.”
The 46-year-old actor is one of the top Bollywood actors of the 1990s, he is best known for his films Mohra, Andaz Apna Apna, Ladla, Dulhe Raja, Shool, Aks, Daman, Sauna. He was last seen in the lead role in Matar in 2017, playing an important role in Onir Ki Shab in the same year. Raveena is all set to make her digital debut with Netflix’s Aranyak, which she describes as an intriguing series that traces her character Kasturi Dogra.