October 23, 2021

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“if it doesn’t sit well with my conscience, it is not good”: Raveena Tandon

For someone who decided to raise girls at the age of 21, I guess my dos and don’ts can only stem from my own learning experiences. Strictly acceptable by me alone. I was 21 when I adopted my girls, the older one was 11 years old and the younger one 8! I didn’t look for approval ever, if it doesn’t sit well with my conscience, it is not good. Else it is good to go! Many have asked me what made me adopt girls that young… my answer would be a good upbringing made me do that.
I don’t think the solution to anything can be turning a blind-eye to it. So, I refused to do so! I did what I thought I should do, and had my parents’ full support. I don’t think I can take the credit for the lovely young girls my daughters have turned out to be without giving my parents their due.
A lot of times I used to be out shooting, and would be hardly home. So, it was my mother who used to go to their schools, check their homework, etc. It was only at night when I used to come home and the girls would sneak into my bed that we would have a hearty chat. Like I say, my mom took their academic lessons. I took care of the life-lessons.
Report by Chetali S M
Reported on – 07/03/2021

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