Raveena Tandon has taken up cudgels on behalf of many film stars aggrieved by misinformation fed by some websites to fans the world over.
Raveena has initiated legal action against shaadi.com, a matrimonial portal which reportedly claimed that she met her life partner via the website.
"Yes, I've sued shaadi.com. It's so weird. But they write anything they want on the websites thinking that a star will never have the time to check it out," Raveena told IANS.
"Well, now I do visit websites. But I got to know about shaadi.com through a news report. That's when I came to know about the existence of shaadi.com and that they claimed I had given an interview to a film magazine saying I met my husband (Anil Thadani) through this portal.
"Which magazine? Which interview? I challenge this portal to substantiate what they are claiming. The whole world knows how I met Anil," she said.
Raveena's lawyers are currently in the process of filing a legal suite against the portal for damages.
"How can these websites use our names and pictures without our permission? It has to be stopped. And I'm glad I'm initiating the process," she said.
Speaking about Nafisa Ali taking over as chairperson of the Children's Film Society from her, Raveena said: "I don't know what her credentials as a film person are. But Nafisa is a wonderful human being with a track record of social service. And she relates with kids. These are the pre-requisites for the job."