Bollywood actress Raveena Tandon spend her weekend working on the farm in her village home. Raveena Tandon on Sunday took to her Instagram to share a small clip of her working on the farm. The clip shows her ploughing the land. She was working hard, but her fans and followers were not convinced. After the actress posted the video, netizens asked her if she really worked on a farm. They asked her if she did some actual digging or was it only for Instagram. The actress has reacted. Tandon posted a video proof shutting out trolls.
Raveena posted a long and extended video from the earlier one and maintained, “Haan bhai sach mein kiya (Yes, I did it for real).” Tandon explained she did not want to bore her fans with her digging skills and hence she didn’t post the longer video. The actress shared the proof and wrote, “Haan bhai sach mien kiya (Yes, I did it for real), a lot of you asked whether I really did dig it up!? Earlier I just posted a small video, did not want to pakao (bore) you’ll with my digging skills which I was not aware was being shot. chalo Shubhratri (good night) ji! Jai Ramji.”
The original video shared by Raveena also saw a beautiful monochromatic picture of her donning a hat. The actress looked mesmerizing posing for the camera. Sharing the original clip, Tandon wrote, “Trying to get rid of the remnants of plastic left behind on the farm by the workers, in my gaon ka ghar (village home). Did a plastic pick up drive around the neighborhood as well. A weekend well spent!” Take a look at the posts below:
Meanwhile, Raveena Tandon recently completed shooting for the Netflix series titled Aranyak. She will be seen playing the role of a police officer. The show also features Parambrata Chattopadhyay. Also Read: Raveena Tandon Reacts To Being Called A 'Nani' At The Age Of 46; Says There's Just An '11-Year Gap' Between Her And Daughter
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