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Arun Vijay injured at Maanja Velu shoot

IndiaGlitz [Friday, November 27, 2009]
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After the hit of his 'Malai Malai' Arun Vijay was in full spirit to do the best. It is not only the next film for Arun Vijay, but also for the whole crew of 'Malai Malai'. The climax fight scenes of the film were being canned in Ekkattuthangal Burma Colony Muneeswarar Temple, Chennai for last 5 days. A scene featuring 400 junior artists and 25 stunt artists was canned in a festival set that was erected around the temple.

A scene in which Arun Vijay kicking two fighters by jumping from a platform was being shot, for which both the fighters were tied on with a transparent nylon rope, to avoid accidents. Unexpectedly one of the nylon ropes got tangled with Arun Vijay's right arm while he was performing the action. Arun Vijay's elbow was badly injured due to the accident and the whole arm swell at once. Immediately the actor was offered first aid by the stunt master Kanal Kannan and was rushed to the hospital where he was offered emergency treatment. The doctors have advised 3 days rest to the actor and the scenes that do not involve the actor are being shot at present.

Directed by A.Venkatesh, 'Maanja Velu' is produced by Arun Vijay's home banner Feather Touch Entertainment. Ilaya Thilagam Prabhu plays an important role, while Navarasa Nayagan Karthik plays Arun's brother.

Let's wish that Arun Vijay is up and active soon...



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