Raveena Tandon feels that we need to go towards a modern and liberal India. The Hindi film industry is most secular as compared to others when it comes to religion. RaveenaTandon was asked about singer Sonu Nigam’s comments which demand a ban on loudspeakers during again, during her promotion of new film Maatr.
Raveena Tandon Promotes Her Upcoming Movie Maatr In New Delhi
After Sonu Nigam’s comments, he shaved his head and apologized earlier this week. On this RaveenaTandon answered reporters “If we look at the current scenario of our country- whether you look at people of any religion- fanaticism is wrong. We have always lived in a secular and strong country and we should be allowed to do so”.
She added “If Diwali firecrackers are being controlled, I promote that but it doesn’t mean I am becoming communal. It depends on each person’s individual thinking what they find. In a way, I believe that we need to go towards a modern, more secular and liberal India. Fanaticism is wrong”.
She continued and said, “I have been born and brought up in the entertainment industry. My father was a film director. I got food from my father, then my husband and myself. I respect my industry a lot. I am not saying this because I am connected to it. I don’t think any other industry in India is as secular as the entertainment industry. We don’t see who comes from where and which caste. Talent and hard-work are recognized”.
Moreover, RaveenaTandon’s film Maatr focuses on the story of a vengeful mother.Ultimately Raveena alone couldn’t shave a thin storyline, and ‘Maatr’ is just another run-of-the-mill revenge saga, the story revolves around rape and violence against women in Indian society directed by Ashpar Sayed.This movie might remind you of RaveenaTandon’s earlier films like ‘Daman’ and ‘Satta’.Therefore,
Raveena who was in the capital on Thursday to promote her new film answered the reporters with her own charm and clarity. Moreover, RanveenaTandon’s film Maatr is directed by Ashtar Sayed, the story revolves around rape and violence against women in Indian society