One take a look at her portrayal of the tough-talking, slap-happy cop in Aranyak, and it’s evident that Raveena Tandon’s appearing hasn’t misplaced its sheen. She ably led the forged of the Netflix crime thriller that revolved across the homicide of a vacationer within the fictional city of Sironah. While the sequence, in its remaining moments, hinted at a attainable second instalment, makers Rohan Sippy and Siddharth Roy Kapur have since confirmed that the thriller will return for one more season.
Tandon says that proper from the start, the concept was to develop it as a multi-season affair. “There are so many questions that stay unanswered within the first season. We launched a personality known as Rabbit ultimately. The relationship between him and Kasturi [her character] needs to be defined. We additionally should [explore the track of] the half-man, half-leopard creature. People wish to know what is going to occur additional. There had been many questions left unanswered between Angad [Parambrata Chatterjee’s character] and Kasturi’s relationship too. ”
A nonetheless from Aranyak
The subsequent season of Vinay Waikul’s directorial enterprise will focus as a lot on the secrets and techniques of the sleepy city as it can on Tandon’s character, who struggles to discover a steadiness between work and household life. “The present provides the message that households have to rally round their ladies and assist them obtain their desires. I have to give credit score to the writers [Rohan Sippy and Charudatt Acharya] for understanding what ladies undergo. As the primary season progresses, you see completely different layers to Kasturi. She begins speaking like Angad; she turns into softer whereas he turns into extra aggressive.”
From potboilers like Mohra (1994) to social dramas like Daman (2001), and eventually, Aranyak, Tandon has come a good distance. Assessing her profession, she says, “It has been a aware effort to do various roles and never [box] myself. Whenever I bought the prospect to do one thing completely different, it labored effectively for me.”