“Loving doing ‘Gin Liya Aasman’ as it is a beautiful emotional story about a mom and her small child,” Raveena posted on her Twitter page.
The 37-year-old, who was last seen in “Bbuddah…Hoga Tera Baap”, will be seen as a mother to a six-year-old boy in the bilingual movie “Gin Liya Aasman”. It is being made in Hindi and Marathi.
Though she was the chairperson of Children’s Film Society of India (CFSI) for two years, starting 2003, Raveena never got a chance to feature in a childnren’s film in her two decades long career.
“When I was chairperson for the CFSI, I’d be asked, when eventually will I ever work in a children’s film. I was willing, never got the opportunity or a good script where I could be involved. When this script came to me, just completely loved it…overdue, eventually doing a good kiddie film,” added the ravishing actress.
Raveena has two children – six-year-old daughter, Rasha, and four-year-old son Ranbir.
Gauhar Khan down with typhoid
She has been advised complete bed rest.
“Gauhar has been ignoring her health lately due to her hectic travel schedule as she shuttles from shooting for reality show ‘The Khan Sisters” to her stage show Zangoora to her upcoming movie,” said a source close to her.
But the crew of “The Khan Sisters”, which records her daily routine, continues to follow her without any break.
Delhi girl Shweta Bhardwaj, who made her Bollywood debut as ‘desi Lara Croft’ in action film “Mission Istanbul”, flaunts a bikini in Abbas Mustan’s “Players”.
Shweta is quite confident that she will sweep men off their feet with her looks, said a source close to her.
“Players” is a multi-starrer featuring Abhishek Bachchan, Sonam Kapoor, Bipasha Basu, Bobby Deol, Neil Nitin Mukesh, Omi Vaidya and Sikander Kher. An official Hindi remake of “The Italian Job”, it will release Jan 6, 2012.