Raveena Tandon Apologises After Liking a Post-Trolling Agastya, Khushi Acting in The Archies: 'I Wasn't Even...'
Raveena Tandon Apologises After Liking a Post-Trolling Agastya, Khushi Acting in The Archies: 'I Wasn't Even...'

The Archies actors Agastya Nanda and Khushi Kapoor were called bad actors; Raveena Tandon indirectly agreed but later clarified herself.

Last week, Zoya Akhtar’s film “The Archies” made its debut on Netflix, featuring the first-time performances of star kids Agastya Nanda, Khushi Kapoor, and Suhana Khan. While the movie has sparked mixed reactions on social media, some praising its aesthetic appeal and others criticizing the acting, it recently became the center of attention when actress Raveena Tandon inadvertently liked a post that criticized the performances of Agastya and Khushi.

The social media blunder caught the eye of many, quickly turning into a viral controversy. In response, Raveena Tandon has issued a sincere apology to The Archies team, explaining that she was unaware of her social media activity.

In a note shared on her Instagram with the caption “‍♀️,” Raveena Tandon expressed, “Touch buttons and social media. A genuine mistake has been blown out of proportion. The like was made in error, and something that I was not even aware of that had been pressed by scrolling. I sincerely apologise for any inconvenience and hurt it may have caused.”

As soon as she shared the post, fans herded to the comment section to react to it. One user wrote, are you afraid of the fact that if you criticize any series or a film, Bollywood will sideline your daughter who is aspiring to be an actress? (sic) Another user commented, “So? You didn’t like their acting; you liked the post. Problem? Come on!! Haha… Don’t be scared. An opinion is an opinion. (sic) A user also wrote, “It’s not even something to apologize for @officialraveenatandon. You are and will always be well respected. (sic)”

About The Movie

“The Archies,” a nostalgic journey set against the backdrop of a 1960s hill town, is an Indian adaptation of the beloved American comic book series based in the fictional town of Riverdale. Zoya Akhtar, the visionary director behind the film, explained the creative process of blending nostalgia with themes relevant to the current generation, stating, “Fans want nostalgia, a walk down memory lane and familiarity, but the generation today, who have not read the comics, they need something that holds them to the story. We had to take themes that matter to Gen Z and mix them with nostalgia to cook the film together.”

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