Raveena Tandon regrets slamming Zaira Wasim and DELETES her tweet

After Zaira Wasim shared a post about her exiting Bollywood, as it interferes with her Imaan, Raveen Tandon slammed her. But she now went ahead and deleted the same tweet

Raveena Tandon regrets slamming Zaira Wasim and DELETES her tweet Raveena Tandon regrets slamming Zaira Wasim and DELETES her tweet Source : Press

Raveena Tandon who will also be seen as a judge on Nach Baliye 9, took to Twitter to slam Dangal actress Zaira Wasim after she announced that she will be quitting the Bollywood Industry. Zaira in her statement revealed that she will be leaving the industry in pursuit of peace. But it was speculated that Zaira was forced to make an exit from the industry, and Raveena took to Twitter and slammed the actress, while also calling her 'ungrateful.'

But seems like she realised that she reacted on impulse and later deleted her tweet. But she later posted, "I wish her luck and strength. After seeing this, I now regret my first immediate tweet after reading her statement. Maybe she was forced to write what was unacceptable to people like me who love films, cinema, the industry, that I was born into. Deleting the tweet that now sounds harsh...If this is true and the reason for her to quit, if she was or is under pressure, then I do feel sad for the girl. Was she forced into writing the long statement by radicals out of fear? She was a role model to so many youngsters with dreams and inspirations that they could achieve."

A leading daily shared a video where Zaira Wasim was seen bullied into quitting her acting career. But it is now claimed that the video is a four years back video and it hardly seems like an immediate trigger, for her announcement that she made recently.

Zaira made her debut with Aamir Khan's 2016 film Dangal and recently she took to her social media to announce that she will be opting out of Bollywood as it has damaged her "peace, imaan and relationship with Allah." She wrote, "What it also did was to lead me to a path of ignorance, as I silently and unconsciously transitioned out of imaan (faith). While I continued to work in an environment that consistently interfered with my imaan, my relationship with my religion was threatened."