Raveena Tandon Discusses How The Media Treats Actresses And Questions Why Madhuri Dixit Is Referred To As A ‘Superstar Of The 1990s’ Instead Of Aamir Khan

Recently, Raveena Tandon questioned how media portrayals of female performers differ from those of male actors.

Since 1991’s Patthar Ke Phool, Raveena Tandon has captivated us with her acting prowess. She truly is “ageing like a great wine,” as the saying goes. Her final creation, KGF Chapter 2, had us in awe. The actress is now drawing attention to the imbalance in representation in Bollywood between female stars like Madhuri Dixit and male performers like Salman Khan and Aamir Khan.

As most people are aware, Raveena has long been one of Bollywood’s most sought-after actors. She only accepted assignments that she truly believed in, and she never felt insecure about her “stardom.” The actress, however, finds it offensive to refer to Madhuri Dixit and other seasoned divas as “stars of the 1990s” while Aamir and Salman receive no similar designation.

Recently, Raveena Tandon questioned how media portrayals of female performers differ from those of male actors. She claims that no one refers to Aamir Khan’s return with a film after a layoff of two to three years as a comeback. He is not referred to as a “90s superstar.” Even actresses from the 1990s are still working today, Raveena emphasised. However, Madhuri Dixit is referred to be a “Superstar of the 90s” in numerous media stories. Even though Madhuri has been working continually, Raveena said she is still given that title. Salman Khan and Sanjay Dutt are not mentioned in that sentence, though. At a gathering, Raveena stated that this inequality must be eliminated.

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