Denied entry to India in January, Rahat Fateh Ali Khan obviously made a tranquil excursion to Mumbai prior this week. Here’s the reason… Pakistani vocalist Rahat Fateh Ali Khan has had a couple of bad experiences with the country’s immigration authorities in recent times.
In any case, if sources are to be trusted, the vocalist flew into Mumbai not long ago to record a melody for Salman Khan’s forthcoming sports movie , Sultan.
A source says, “Khan was in Mumbai just for a few days. It was an entirely proficient excursion and the producers of Sultan guaranteed that it was a hassle free visit this time. He recorded a song at Yash Raj Studios.”
In 2010, the artist was denied a visa to India and therefore, needed to record a song for Salman-starrer Dabangg abroad. At that point, once more, he was extradited to Abu Dhabi after arrived in Hyderabad to perform at a 2016 New Year’s eve bash.
Between these two cases, Khan had been captured in 2011 at the New Delhi air terminal for supposedly conveying an undeclared money of $1.24 lakh. Regarding this case, he had been summoned to the capital for addressing. In any case, in September a year ago, he had come to Mumbai for the music release of Salman’s generation, Hero.
The representative for Yash Raj Films, which is producing Sultan, stayed inaccessible for input on Khan’s visit. – CINEWS