New Delhi, Jan 29 (Agencies): After being away from the big screen for nearly five years, Raveena Tandon promises to make a comeback soon provided she gets a challenging role that suits her age.

"I am gradually going through scripts and you will soon see me back in movies. I am looking for something challenging and interesting. Not something that the actresses are doing today as it will not suit me," Raveena, 36, said.

"I would not like to fool myself doing what the actresses are doing today. Today, I can't play the role of college student. If somebody even offers me one, I would myself ask them to get their brain examined. You have to do roles that suit your age," she added.

Raveena started her career in 1991 with "Patthar Ke Phool" and went on do films like "Parampara", "Andaaz Apna Apna", "Mohra", "Shool" and "Satta". Her powerful performance in portraying the character of a marital violence victim in "Daman" even won her a National award.

The actress decided to settle down after working for about 13 years and tied the knot with distributor Anil Thadani in 2004 in Udaipur's Jag Mandir Palace. The couple has two children - daughter Rasha, six, and three-and-a-half-year-old son Ranbir.

Her last release was in 2006, "Sandwich" with Govinda and Mahima Chaudhary. However in the meanwhile, Raveena has been taking small screen assignments.

She was the judge of a children's reality show "Chhote Miyan" in 2009. She will also be a part of the judges' panel for Disney Channel's new children talent hunt show "Disney Channel Shooting Stars", where kids will showcase their acting, singing and dancing talent. The winner will get a chance to star in the channel's original productions in India.

Although she is looking at scripts and accepting TV offers, her priority is still her children.

"My children are my priority right now. They are in the best days of their life and I don't want to miss that. If I do a movie, the schedule would require me to stay away from them for a long time. They go to school and I cannot afford to stay away from them for such a long time."

Raveena doesn’t agree with the popular belief which says that an actress who gets married has fewer options.

"It used to happen earlier when after marriage there used to be fewer options for actresses, not any more. With married heroes being cast in movies, it has slowly opened doors for female actors as well. The industry has broadened its horizon, the whole perception has changed and Kajol is one of the prime examples of the same," she said.

"Over the years there has been a great change in the industry...a lot of crossover cinema happened. It is great to see that the films being made today are a mix of realism and entertainment," she added.