Words matter. These are the best Raveena Tandon Quotes, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
People fall in love when they are working together constantly.
If Dubai could be built over mere sand and is one of the richest countries in the world today – why not make the most of the country we’ve been blessed with?
You have to respect the existence of God. If He has given you the power to throw your weight around, then you mustn’t misuse it.
Acting is in my blood.
When I began my career, I had films with the biggest film-makers in the country.
Our forests offer much more than just beautiful landscapes and wildlife. Each one has a different story to tell.
It is kind of nice for when people appreciate what you have done, but I would not base my career on awards because they are mostly popular awards and not talent-oriented awards.
I always believe that one should be able to deal with any situations.
‘Slumdog Millionaire’ has truly opened newer avenues for India.
We have so much poverty in our country. Not every parent can afford to buy their kids all the frills and perks, but teenagers still demand it, and are we responsible for it!
When I was in my college, I remember travelling by buses to tutions, and I have travelled by local trains as well.
There is a right time for everything. There was a time when I wanted to settle down and have a family. I wanted to give time to my kids. I had worked for nearly 19 years when I got married.
I prefer to eat home-made food which involves grilled chicken or steamed fish and lots of greens.
I’ve done the glamour doll, song-and-dance routine, the works. I’ve reached a stage in my career where I’m ready to experiment.
To me, looking glamorous on screen has never been about skin show.
I was this roly-poly kid at school.
In ‘Maatr,’ we do not justify taking the law into our hands. That’s not the right thing to do. We are not promoting that.
People will love or hate ‘Satta’ and ‘Stumped.’ But they cannot ignore them.
I suppose it is easy for an actress to act maternal at any age, since all women have a nurturing instinct after 20, perhaps even earlier.
Throughout school, I’ve faced ridicule and been complexed about my appearance. I almost turned into a nervous wreck. Peer pressure is bad. Children can be really cruel. Specially if you’re not like everyone else.
Don’t ask me why the same producers cast me in their films. Maybe someone up there likes me as much as people down here.
I have never been scared, and people know that.
Wearing shoes, clothes, and other accessories made out of exotic skin is as cold-blooded as it gets.
I cannot pick one single forest to be a favourite, but I am in love with the Indian jungles – be it Madhumalai and Kabini in South India or Tadoba and Pench National Park in Maharashtra. The wildlife in Satpura and Corbett National Park can’t be missed, either.
You are the best lessons you learn from life. I have grown up learning from my life.
As women, we need to give the right upbringing to our sons so that they respect, protect, and help the weaker sex instead of bullying them.
I’m a God-fearing person.
I have been to Kargil, and I have seen the tragedy that both the Indians and the Pakistanis faced.
The glamourous aspect of my career began with ‘Shaher ki ladki,’ which is how I sort of restarted my career.
I am a huge Kishore Kumar fan. What can I say? The man was born to entertain!
Whenever I’m traveling, I see so many auto drivers spitting on the road, and it disgusts me to no end.
Your skin and your face is a mirror to your soul. When people ask me why I’m looking so good, I reply, ‘My heart is happy.’
Anywhere which is in a forest, that’s my zen place.
I am proud to say that our industry is making films like ‘PINK,’ ‘Maatr,’ and ‘Mom.’
I was, at one point of time, known as the mast-mast girl, and though I must admit it’s something I had no qualms with, I’ve moved on now.
I’m fed up of doing run-of-the-mill stuff.
I feel bad when my film flops.
I never did my eyebrows in most of my early films.
Rakshabandhan is one day in a year I always look forward to… As children, we used to get presents and money, and there would be a full line-up of rakhi brothers, but as I grew older, the excitement was lesser as the love grew deeper.
One thing that really gets on my nerves is people spitting on the streets! I fail to understand whether they are just plain uncivilized or uninformed about how the act only helps in spreading diseases.
I eat on time and am strictly against oily and fried foods.
What is the obsession with not repeating clothes or making appearances that have been similar to the one’s we’ve made in the past? Why is the fashion police so intense? What do they expect from us? What kind of pressure is this?
I still remember the way children used to tease me. Fat people are really lonely people. In school, girls would be my friends, but guys would generally keep away. A lot of insecurity stems from there. But if you have a strong base, nothing can shake you.
To be honest, neither ‘Satta’ nor ‘Stumped’ needed songs and music. But when we recorded a good soundtrack album, everyone suggested we create credible situations for songs.
There are some people in this world who always turn and twist the spoken word out of proportion.
I have done performance-based roles earlier, films which revolved around me. ‘Kshatriya’ was one such solid role. And, at that time, people had written good things about it.
I always said that to get India stronger, first strengthen its roots, and all our roots are our country’s interiors, rural areas, and villages.
As a child, Navratri is something I looked forward to the most -The joy of being young and being around your friends and pandal-hopping is something I will always cherish.
I am not a foodie; I eat to live.
A director is a director is a director. Man or woman – it doesn’t matter.
I’m on backslapping terms with everyone from Sanjay Dutt to Sanjay Kapoor. That’s why wives never feel threatened by my presence in their husband’s lives. They know if I’m their husband’s friend, I’m the wife’s buddy as well.
I’m the kind who is never happy. No matter what it is, I always find room for improvement.
A female celebrity just has to chat and smile with a guy for him to become the new man in her life. Amazing.
Marriage should never become an adjustment or a compromise. Both the partners should be equally happy and willing to invest their love, care, and respect in the relationship – only then it works.
Look at ‘Dulhe Raja.’ It was a film made very quietly on the sidelines, and suddenly, when the film was released, it struck gold. I never expected the film to do well.
When I see people scratching and clawing towards ambition and greed, I wonder why they are doing it and for what.
An actress who has worked most of her life is suddenly expected to slow down and her work taken away from her completely after marriage.
Being an actor, your focus is just on your craft and how to make it better, but production is a much bigger task – putting everything together.
My dad taught me very early in life that whenever a child learns to walk, he falls a lot of times, but then he picks himself up and learns to walk like a man, and that is something which is a motto in life as well. You gotta pick yourself up, and you gotta walk, and you gotta walk strong.
One of my favorite outfits is one I picked up on a trip to Chandigarh. I’ve worn it once and am skeptical about wearing it again in spite of loving it so much, thanks to the ‘fashion police’ who won’t wait a second to splash it out in the papers or feature me in the ‘same to same’ blog.
Try and use less make-up whenever you can.
I was fat and ugly. In school, I was disgustingly obese. I used to be the butt of ridicule, and that made me withdraw into a shell. It made me miserable, unsure of myself. I was far from confident.
I have stood on my own feet.
I let my work speak for me.
The purpose of an actress is not to just look beautiful and strut around like a peacock but act, too.
If I had all the time in the world to waste, I’d really love to see what the members of the so-called-fashion-police sport. Do they not repeat their clothes, shoes, bags?