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Raveena Tandon for a Grandma soon, hosts a baby shower for adopted daughter Chhaya, Visit pics

Last updated on September 8, 2019

Actor Raveena Tandon is set to be a grandma. Among those adopted daughters of this celebrity, Chhaya is expecting a baby. On Saturday, photos in the baby shower, organised by Raveena to get Chhaya, found their way into the worldwide web. Photographs were shared with nutritionist Pooja Makhija.

Many preach unselfish love but @officialraveenatandon you exercise it with genuine enthusiasm. And @officialrashathadani you’re the such a fantastic host, compere and I am convinced a super’masi to be’ So proud of you Ravs.” In one of those images, Raveena and Pooja pose for a film with Raveena displaying her’Nani’ badge. In a different, Raveena and Pooja present with Chhaya and at the next movie, Raveena, Chhaya and Raveena’s 14-year-old daughter Rasha pose to the camera. By Pooja, the infant shower was organised by Rasha.

They’re the brothers of her uncle who’d passed away. Unhappy with how her protector was treating them, she made them home and formally embraced them. In 2016, Chhaya wed in a double Christian and Hindu marriage in Goa.

On the job front, Raveena Tandon is among those judges season nine of this dancing reality show, Nach Baliye, being made by Salman Khan.

“it is a coincidence that I worked with Salman in my debut movie’Patthar Ke Phool’, and today I’m judging’Nach Baliye’ that is being made by his own production house. It is a super hit show. I’m thankful to the viewers they’ve appreciated our series. I’d recommend them to maintain loving the series so we can amuse them,” explained Raveena.

Asked what she’d desire from Ganapati in this year, she explained: “I never need for anything from Ganpati Bappa. I am thankful for anything he’s given me. When I visit some spiritual places — make it a temple, a mosque or a church, I thank God for providing me with all.

Raveena encouraged people to observe the Ganapati festival in eco-friendly method. “I wish to urge individuals who today our mother earth is at risk. I believe people should not bring statues of Ganapati Bappa which are painted and that is created from plaster of Paris. I believe Ganapati Bappa himself would not want people to pollute to the world. We’re spreading poison in our lakes and seas so that I believe people have to observe the festival at an eco-friendly fashion,” she explained.