Mumbai: Bollywood actress Raveena Tandon, whose next film "Maatr" manages wrongdoing against ladies in the public eye, says the unmistakable aim of making the film is to make awareness among the people. Talking here at the trailer release of the film, Raveena stated: "Expectation behind "Maatr" is not a business achievement but rather to spread a message of wrongdoing against ladies. This is the need of great importance, where individuals ought to begin changing their attitude about ladies and make a move against such hoodlums as opposed to disgracing the casualties in view of the length of their garments." She was available at the trailer release alongside the film's executive Aster Sayed and makers Anjum Rizvi and Manoj Adhikari. Raveena, who last showed up in a cameo part in Anurag Kashyap's "Bombay Velvet", said she doesn't care for "rebound" as she has turned out to be extremely picky about her movies. "I used to work in 30 movies in a year amid the early phase of my vocation. However, now I have achieved a point where I will do movies that I totally have confidence in and I have no clue what I am doing next after 'Maatr'. So how frequently would it be a good idea for me to make my rebound? I truly don't care for utilizing that word," the "Mohra" actress said. As there are numerous up and coming ladies drove movies like "Noor", "Mother", "Haseena" other than the most recent "Naam Shabana", as indicated by Raveena, "it is an incredible time in Indian silver screen where such a variety of ladies arranged movies are being made." "I would state that this (stage) ought to proceed with," she said. "Maatr" is good to go to release on April 21. Written by Michael Pellico and directed by Ashtar Sayed, this retribution thriller tells the story of a mother who is out to get equity for her little girl. The story is about the disappointment of the legal, and the general public notwithstanding an egregious wrongdoing, for example, assault. Raveena assumes the part of the mother, a lady who needs to confront the culprits who wrecked her little girl Tia's life. Be that as it may, she remains solitary with no support from the general public; the law and her better half just need to proceed onward past the incident. Well, the Censor Board played spoilsport once more. The trailer of Maatr, a film that stands up against assault and viciousness against ladies must be re-cut as the Board needed a couple cuts and recommended: "A" (Adults only) evaluating. Maker Anjum Rizvi says, "Unless you show such scenes, how would you pass on to the gathering of people what truly matters to the film? Without these scenes, the film looks level. CBFC (Central Board of Film Certification) rules express that viciousness and blood can't be appeared in trailers looking for a "U" or "UA" rating. In the event that demanded, it will get an "A" certificate. We required to release the trailer in the coming week, so we needed to cut a few shots, re-try it lastly, we got a U/A." The film stars Raveena Tandon, Divya Jagdale, Anurag Arora and others are good and going to be released on April 21.