Raveena Tandon on joining politics: ‘I don’t want to say no now and eat my words later’

Raveena Tandon manages to be a stunning yet stress free actor, here’s how.

Raveena Tandon spills beans on how she manages to be a tension free mother, daughter and an actor.

“In India, we fall back on our families and friends. Sometimes, if we are not that close to family, we reach out to friends. It is important to have a stable, steady atmosphere in your home, or your friends, for you to reach out to someone to bring you out of your stress,” she said.

Jungle being a place to relieve her stress, she said, “That’s my zen zone. Agar mujhe Mumbai mein ghutan hoti hai, toh main kisi jungle mein bhaag jaati hoon, and come back completely refreshed, recharged, ready to kick butt again.”

When asked about her opinions on joining politics, she said, “Never say never. There was a point I was seriously contemplating. I have been offered seats pan India- West Bengal, Punjab Mumbai, but unfortunately I had to say no at that time because to a certain extent I was not ready.”

“But if I feel I am ready to bear the brunt of it all and go out there to really make a difference, I might say yes. I don’t want to say no now and eat my words later,” she added.

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