Bollywood actress Raveena Tandon on Wednesday said she was travelling in a jeep licensed by the forest department which didn’t deviate from the designated “tourism path”, after Satpura Tiger Reserve authorities launched an inquiry over a video which purportedly showed her in a vehicle driving close to a tigress in the protected area.
Tandon, who visited the reserve on November 22, in a tweet said she was accompanied on the safari by trained guides and drivers provided by the department.
#satpuratigerreserve .@News18MP reports.A tiger gets close to the deputy rangers bike. One can never predict when and how tigers will react. It’s the Forest Department licensed vehicle,with their guides and drivers who are trained to know their boundaries and legalities. pic.twitter.com/mTuGLSVPER
— Raveena Tandon (@TandonRaveena) November 29, 2022
Sharing a November 25 video report of a local news channel, the actor said on Twitter, “#satpuratigerreserve .@News18MP reports. A tiger gets close to the deputy rangers bike.