Makers of Raveena Tandon’s film “Maatr” have confirmed that Pakistani singer Rahat Fateh Ali Khan won’t be featuring in a special music video as was earlier planned.
There were reports that the makers were contemplating to include a video featuring the singer for the promotions of the film.
When asked about the same, producer Anjum Rizvi told reporters, “It would’ve been very ideal if we could, but unfortunately at this stage it is not happening.”
The makers will now apparently feature Raveena’s scene from the film in the music video instead of Rahat.
The actress, however, feels there should be no boundaries when it comes to arts and culture.
“As far as I am concerned, I feel art (and) culture music has no boundaries. Music is something which flows from within, has no walls, you can’t conceal it. Once the sound, musical notes are out you can’t control it,” Raveena says.
She was speaking at the trailer launch of “Maatr”, here today.
The 42-year-old actress also says the team has scrapped plans to promote the film on The Viral Fever (TVF), an online comedy platform, whose founder Arunabh Kumar was booked by Mumbai police for allegedly causing sexual harassment to unknown women.
“I was stuck in the middle of a snow blizzard in New York and my Internet wasn’t working. But when I returned, it was a decision made by the whole team (to not promote on TVF) and we will abide by that.”
The movie is scheduled to release on April 21.