Raveena Tandon turns grandmother again, welcomes grandchild home

Raveena Tandon becomes grandmother again. Her adopted daughter Chhaya gave birth to her second child and pictures of the family members welcoming the newborn are doing the round on net.

The photos showed everyone praying as Chhaya carried the baby in her arms. Sharing the pictures, she wrote on Instagram, “Thanking the pantheon almighty . The baby comes home .” In one of the images, Chhaya is seen carrying the baby while in another, Chhaya and her son perform aarti.

Raveena Tandon hosted a private baby shower for her pregnant daughter some days ago. Producer Afeefa Nadiadwala and nutritionist Pooja Makhija shared pictures from the ceremony.

Sharing pictures on Instagram from the ceremony, Pooja wrote: “Cheers to the ‘Nani to be’! Many preach unselfish love but @officialraveenatandon you practice it with true passion. Was so touching to see you celebrate the baby shower of your adopted baby with such perfection and care. And @officialrashathadani you were the such a great host, compere and I’m sure a super ‘masi to be’ So so proud of you Ravs.”

Afeefa shared the photos and wrote, "Baby shower Congratulations Chaya."

In 1995, Raveena Tandon adopted two daughters Pooja (11) and Chhaya (8), who were kids of her cousin, who had passed away. Unhappy about their brought up, she leggaly adopted the two daughters and fulfil every duty of a mother. She brought them up well and also got Chhaya married in a twin Hindu and Christian wedding in Goa. Now Chhaya is going to embrace motherhood and Raveena along with her daughter Rasha Thadani hosted a baby shower recently.

Chhaya flaunted her baby bump in a red outfit. While Raveena sporting multicoloured striped top and white pants wore nani badge.

Earlier while talking about adopting two daughters, Raveena once told Verve, "Some people wondered what would happen to the two children once I got married. They said no one would marry me as I came with excess baggage. But I said I come in a package deal: my children, my dogs and me. Take it or leave it. Fortunately, my husband (Anil Thadani) and in-laws dote on the girls."