• Sat. Oct 1st, 2022

VIDEO: Raveena Tandon’s daughter Rasha looked like Tara Sutaria to netizens, said- ‘Mini Tara Hai Yeh Toh’

ByNEWS OR KAMI

Sep 1, 2022
VIDEO: Raveena Tandon's daughter Rasha looked like Tara Sutaria to netizens, said- 'Mini Tara Hai Yeh Toh'

Raveena Tandon has been one of the most popular actresses of the 90s. In his time, he worked with almost every superstar of the industry. Be it Govinda, Akshay Kumar, Suniel Shetty or any other star. He worked in films like Dulhe Raja, Aunty No. 1, Andaz Apna-Apna and Anari No. 1. But, in the meantime, his daughter Rasha is being discussed instead of Raveena Tandon. Photos and videos of Raveena’s daughter Rasha are dominating social media, after seeing which netizens are not tired of praising her beauty.

Actually, recently Rasha welcomed Bappa with her mother Raveena Tandon. During this both were spotted. Both had reached actress Shilpa Shetty’s house for Ganpati Puja on the first day of Ganesh Chaturthi. During this, Raveena and Rasha wore ethnic outfits, in which the mother-daughter duo looked very stylish. While Raveena wore a pink crop top and skirt, Rasha wore an orange salwar suit.

Celebrity photographer Viral Bhayani has also shared a video of Raveena and her daughter Rasha on social media, in which netizens have started comparing her to actress Tara Sutaria after seeing Rasha. Users claim that Rasha’s looks are very similar to Tara, due to which some people have started calling Rasha ‘Tara Sutaria 2.O’. At the same time, some are praising her beauty too full.

On the work front, she was recently seen in superstar Yash’s ‘KGF: Chapter 2’. She also managed to win the hearts of the audience with her tremendous style. In this film, where actor Yash was in the lead role, Sanjay Dutt was in the role of villain. The film was released in Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam and Hindi languages, which made a big dent at the box office. Apart from this, she will next be seen in the film ‘Ghuchadi’ with Sanjay Dutt.

Tags: Bollywood, Bollywood news, Raveena Tandon




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