Pakistani band’s plan of a four-city tour to India got cancelled

Pakistani band’s plan of a four-city tour to India got cancelled

The three members of pop rock band ‘Fuzon’, which lent music to Raveena’s comeback film ‘Maatr’ in Bollywood, were to arrive in India in the second week of April for the song’s promotion. But, their plan of a four-city tour to India got cancelled, as they were unable to procure security.

A source from the production unit says,

“(Securing) visa was the primary issue. Officials at the visa office also advised the team against the concert. [They feared] relations between the countries would be further affected if right-wing elements caused harm to Fuzon or their property during performance.”

Meanwhile, back in Karachi, the band has been asked not to fly to India. However, according to the producer,

“The recording was done in their studio in Pakistan. Momina felt Rahat Fateh Ali Khan’s voice would be perfect for the song Zindagi Ae Zindagi, which is an emotional track mapping Raveena’s journey as a mother in the film.”