Raveena Tandon is not happy with stick-thin girls in the glamour industry and says they have made life tough for women like her. However, she is happy with her curvy self.
"I have always believed in a woman's elegance, grace and femininity. Today most of the girls are stick-thin and that's a tragedy. They have made life tough for women like me," the 38-year-old said here Friday while unveiling designer Sonakshi Raja's clothes, to be showcased at the upcoming Lakme Fashion Week.
"Today, when girls dance, it looks like two dandiya sticks are dancing. It's funny because I am happy with my size. I am a normal size, I am an average person. Sonakshi designs for women of all sizes," added the actress of films like "Mohra".
Lakme Fashion Week 2013 will be held March 21-26 in Mumbai.
Raveena is off for a vacation with her two children and won't be there to support Sonakshi during the fashion week.
"I am here today because unfortunately I would not be here during Lakme Fashion Week. She (Sonakshi Raja) is like my little sister and I always encourage her because she is very talented. I am leaving for a vacation with my kids right now. But I will always be there for her," Raveena said.
On the film front, Raveena will soon be seen in "Shobhana 7 Nights".