Ranveena Tandon to launch three new webseries in collaboration with Baahubali producers
Raveena Tandon has tied up with Arka Works- led by Shobu Yarlagadda and Prasad Devineni, Baahubali producers to co-produce three web series.
Raveena Tandon will soon venture into producing digital entertainment. The actor has tied up with Arka Works, led by Shobu Yarlagadda and Prasad Devineni who bankrolled the Baahubali series. Together they plan to co-produce three web series.
A source revealed to Mid-day that she had been planning to step into production for a long time. She is well-versed with the workings of the business as her husband, Anil Thadani, is a well-known film distributor. Tandon will launch three shows under the banner of AA films which will be backed by her husband.
While talking to Mid-day, Raveena said, "Of the three web series, one is a contemporary drama while the remaining two belong to the mythological genre." When asked if she intends to act in any of the shows, Tandon laughed and said she wishes to stay in the production and creative side and will not act in any of them. The projects will probably go on floors in the next few months.
Raveena Tandon made her acting debut in 1991 with the film Phattar ke Phool, for which she received Filmfare Award for Lux New Face of the Year. With many box-office hits to her credit, she established herself as one of the most successful actresses of '90s Bollywood. She also won the National Film Award for Best Actress for her performance in Kalpana Lajmi's Daman: A Victim of Marital Violence (2001).
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