Actress Raveena Tandon has denied having received any feelers from the government about her being asked to vacate the chair as the C.F.S.I. (Childrens Films Society of India) chairperson. The refutation comes amidst rumors that Raveena was likely to be I and B Ministry's next victim after Anupam Kher due to the fact that she was also appointed by the previous I and B Minister, Ravi Shankar Prasad.
"I have always abstained from politics and the question of my post being politicized does not arise since I have always allowed my work to speak for myself after taking over the responsibility of C.F.S.I. Besides I made the same presentation to the new I and B Ministry that I had made to the previous one and they are quite pleased with what I am doing," Raveena revealed in an exclusive chat with 'glamsham.com.'One of her recent achievements is to get a film sanctioned by the government, which is to be directed by Pankaj Parashar. "It is the highest ever budget sanctioned for any children’s film," she added.
According to her the new I and B secretary, Navin Chawla, even paid her a compliment about the way she was going about her work. "From the kind of response that I am getting, the question of being asked to leave is far away," she smiled.