Bollywood director Rohit Shetty He was injured while shooting for his upcoming web series Indian Police Force in Hyderabad on Saturday. The director injured his hand while shooting at Ramoji Film City on the outskirts of the city. He was admitted to Kamineni Hospital, where doctors performed a minor surgery. He was later discharged from the hospital and started shooting on the sets.
Rohit Shetty got hurt during the shooting
Rohit Shetty is known for performing high-octane stunt scenes in his films. For his debut web series Indian Police Force, he is going all out with the stunts. However, recently he suffered an injury on the sets. According to sources, Rohit Shetty injured his fingers while shooting for the car chase sequence. The production team immediately took him to Kamineni Hospital in Hyderabad. A team of doctors performed a minor surgery on him and he started working on the sets soon after the incident.
indian police force shooting in progress
Rohit Shetty is expanding his cop-universe with streaming. In the Indian Police Force, Sidharth Malhotra He is playing the lead role and will also be making his web series debut with this project. The shooting of the aspiring cop web show is currently underway at Ramoji Film City. It is said that a huge set has been erected for the main schedule. The shoot included car chase sequences and other high-octane action and stunt scenes. Sidharth Malhotra and other lead actors are participating in the shoot.
Shilpa Shetty and Sidharth Malhotra injured on the sets of Indian Police Force
Before Rohit Shetty, actors Shilpa Shetty and Sidharth Malhotra were also injured while filming Indian Police Force. In May last year, Siddharth suffered a minor injury while shooting for the Indian Police Force in Goa.
Later, during the shooting, Shilpa also injured her leg and had to stay in a wheelchair for some time.
Both Rohit Shetty and Siddharth are making their web series debut with the Indian Police Force. The show also stars Vivek Oberoi and Shilpa Shetty in pivotal roles.
(With IANS inputs)