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Three Telugu heroes injure themselves in 3 days

Sunday, June 16, 2019 • Telugu Comments
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Three Telugu heroes injure themselves in 3 days

On three consecutive days, three Telugu heroes have met with mishaps while working on their films, while one other hero escaped unhurt in an accident.

Naga Shaurya met with an accident on the sets of his upcoming movie while shooting in Arrilova, near Vizag. When the accident happened, the actor was performing the stunts without using ropes or even a dupe. The fight masters had taken extreme caution while composing the shots. Yet, during a major parkour sequence, Shaurya jumped off a building that was over 15 feet tall and fell off accidentally. The accident dislocated his knee while landing. He has been advised complete rest for 25-30 days.

On Saturday evening, Sundeep Kishan suffered an injury while shooting for 'Tenali Ramakrishna' in Kurnool. "It was an unfortunate accident in a glass blast sequence..A metal particle was stuck in my face right under my left eye and there was a lot of blood so ppl panicked..used to such stuff now and am ok..The stuntman sustained a much deeper cut, wishing him a speedy recovery," the actor said. He is currently being treated in Hyderabad.

On Sunday, Sharwanand injured himself in Thailand during the making of '96'. The 'Ranarangam' actor was filming for a scene involving a skydiving stunt. Although he had practised for the scene four times over the past two days, the canning of the scene turned sour. Sharwa ended up falling down in a mishap, breaking his shoulder joint in the process. A minor injury on a leg is also reported. The 'Mahanubhavudu' actor will undergo a surgery on Monday at a hospital in surgery.

Earlier, Varun Tej narrowly escaped a road accident unhurt while on his way to Kurnool for the shoot of 'Valmiki'. A four-wheeler approaching his vehicle from the opposite direction rammed into his car. He and others in the car were unhurt due to inbuilt safety measures.

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