Bollywood actor Manoj Bajpayee is known for his great acting. He wins the hearts of fans with each of his characters. Now, Manoj Bajpayee has narrated a funny anecdote related to his film Shool and told how the police provided security for Raveena Tandon during the shooting of Shool. At that moment, Raveena told Manoj that she felt like Indira Gandhi.
During a conversation with The Lallantop, Manoj Bajpayee said: “We were filming for Shool in my hometown Bettiah. Permission was asked to shoot at the station and there would be around 10,000 people outside, who were stopped by the police through barricades. The People used to make a lot of noise outside, it seemed like there was a riot. Raveena Tandon was a big star at the time. Dad had also come to see the shooting of my movie.
Manoj Bajpayee said: ‘How we got Raveena Tandon out of there after doing the station scene, is a historic event in itself. Police administration had 6 layer security for Raveena. There used to be policewomen all over Raveena. Then the police with sticks. Then the police with rifles. This kind of security was given to Raveena.
He further said, ‘I told Raveena that everything is fine, isn’t it? Let me know if you have any complaints or problems. On this she said what complaint would I have. I feel like Indira Gandhi here. The movie Shool is known to have been released in the year 1999, in which Raveena Tandon played the role of Manoj Bajpayee’s wife. This movie turned out to be a hit at the box office.