Filmy's 'Aaj Ki Fimly Khabar' features Raveena Tandon

Astonished by a direct query about the incident where she poured wine on somebody's head in a party, Raveena Tandon replied that the person was her husband's ex-wife, she enjoyed doing it, and it was not at all impulsive. To enforce her point she said that she had decided two years back how she would react on seeing her husband's ex-wife. Watch the entire episode of Aaj Ki Filmy Khabar (AKFK), India's first authentic filmy news show, which airs this Wednesday, 10th May 2006 at 7:30 pm, only on FILMY.

Raveena used this opportunity to reveal the true story & defend all allegations levied on her. The ex- wife was bad mouthing Raveena and her husband Anil Thadani, and taking undue advantage of her husband's good and dignified nature. Why she did not take the legal route? Asked, Mayank. "I did not have proof, had I gone legal, the person would have been trapped badly. My objective was to publicly humiliate and teach her a lesson and not spoil her life," said Raveena.

On being asked why there is so much disparity between the life span of an actor vis-?-vis an actress she said, "an actor is accepted as a superstar at the age of 64 whereas actresses are written off as early as 30". On her plans of getting back to mainstream cinema or television, Raveena said she is hearing scripts but still enjoys her sabbatical.

Aaj Ki Filmy Khabar (AKFK) is India's first authentic filmi news program aired Monday to Friday at 7:30pm, only on "FILMY". Every Wednesday AKFK has a non-interrogative session hosted by Mayank Shekhar - a platform for a celebrity to express his or her opinion on any controversy - this week's episode will feature Raveena Tandon.

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