Raveena Tandon got nostalgic and revealed how Aamir Khan played a hilarious prank on her during the ‘Andaz Apna Apna’ shoot and how she got back at him.
Mumbai: Bollywood actress Raveena Tandon went down memory lane and recalled some moments while shooting for the comedy film ‘Andaz Apna Apna’ with superstar Aamir Khan.
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Raveena also got nostalgic and revealed how Aamir played a hilarious prank on her during the ‘Andaz Apna Apna’ shoot and how she got back at him.
As Raveena revealed: “I still remember, Aamir and I were shooting on a horse carriage for Andaz Apna Apna. It was a really fun sequence, however, little did I know that the whole unit along with Aamir is planning to pull a prank on me. We were sitting inside the carriage and Aamir was standing behind me while I was getting my makeup done.
“He asked for a cup of tea and suddenly, I see this hot cup of tea falling from his hand and coming in my direction. I got scared and I immediately tried to duck, only to realise that it was a prank. The cup was empty, and it was tied to the plate through a thread.”
She further added: “While everyone had a laugh at my expense, I was no less. I gave it back to Aamir during the same sequence. At that time, there were no vanity vans, so Aamir had to walk quite a while to use the washroom.
“While he was away, due to the weather conditions, our director Rajkumar Santoshi Ji told us to pack up for the day. However, I requested master Saroj ji to give Aamir a difficult step and make him practice that step inside the carriage.
“He did what was instructed, but soon he realised that I was relaxing, and he was the only one practising. He came to know after 30 minutes that he was pranked. Every time I think of it, it brings a smile to my face even today.”