Work has taken a backseat post marriage: Raveena Tandon
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Raveena Tandon has done only a handful of films since her marriage and the actress blames her personal commitments for taking precedence over the professional ones.
Raveena, 39, who has two children with husband Anil Thadani and two adopted kids, says she is is in no hurry to do films at this point of time.
"For me, work did take a backseat after marriage. I can't afford to take up such projects at this point of time which will keep me away from my home for long. I am not in hurry to do more films. I will only do those projects, whose schedules suit me," Raveena told PTI.
Post her marriage with the film distributor, Raveena appeared in films like 'Pehchaan: The Face of Truth', 'Sandwich', 'Bbuddah... Hoga Terra Baap' and 'Shobhana 7 Nights' but these films did not do well at the box-office. Talking about her last project 'Shobhana 7 Nights', which was considered as her comeback to Bollywood, Raveena said the film was too real to get a commercial acceptance.
"'Shobhana 7 Nights' was a festival film. The film didn't get a good response at the box-office but it got appreciated at the Jaipur Literature Festival and Chicago South Asian Film Festival. Makers told me earlier only that the film will not do good at the box-office," she said.
Having started her career with 1991 film 'Patthar Ke Phool', the national-award winning actress shifted her base to comedy and gave hits like 'Andaz Apna Apna', 'Bade Miyan Chote Miyan', 'Gharwali Bharwali' and 'Aunty No 1'.
Raveena will be next seen in Anurag Kashyap's 'Bombay Velvet', an adaptation of Gyan Prakash's book 'Mumbai Fables'. The film narrates the story of how the city of Mumbai became a metropolis against the backdrop of love, greed, violence and jazz music.