Saturday blast at the Mehboob Studio sets of 'Dabangg 2', despite being minor, hasn't gone down well with the Khan brothers. Quick to take an action and ensure that such mishaps aren't repeated, there was an emergency meeting called on the very next day which was attended by heads of the entire production team.
Informs our well placed source, "Salman bhai was shocked that something like this could have happened for a film of his. Thankfully all three injured men survived but things could have gone worse. Arbaaz bhai (who is doubling up as a producer and a director) immediately cancelled the Sunday shoot though he instructed his production team to report for work. The agenda was not just to find out how the incident had occurred but also identify measures to be taken so that none of that is repeated."
Salman wasn't required for the meeting though and it was Arbaaz who took charge of the situation and commanded in no uncertain terms that everyone would have to pull up their socks and ensure complete safety on the sets.
"Those in charge of action, sets and power supply have been asked to adhere to the guidelines. Both brothers are mighty upset with the incident. They were also fully aware that rest of the crew wouldn't have been in a good frame of mind to continue shooting on the very next day and hence cancelled the Sunday shoot. However work resumed on Monday, though with a far stricter check. It is business as usual now but both Arbaaz and Salman would be keeping a close eye on how the days progress", the source continues.
Meanwhile things are well for the crew members who were admitted to the hospital post the Saturday accident.
Confirms Arbaaz, "All of them are out of danger. In fact two of them would be discharged soon while the third would take four-five weeks to recuperate. However good care is being taken of him. We are sad and disappointed that this happened on our sets. We had an all-heads meeting on Sunday and there are a list of do's and don'ts shared all over again. Such mishaps are unacceptable and we are taking extra measures to ensure there is no repeat.