Looks like, the cast and crew of Kalank are going through a rough phase. After Alia Bhatt and Varun Dhawan, now the 3rd person to get injured on the sets of Kalank is, Aditya Roy Kapur. As per sources, the actor was shooting an action sequence, when he slipped and suffered an injury. He is under medical care since then.

A source told Hindustan Times, “Shooting for Kalank was happening in the Film City [Mumbai] and Aditya, while shooting an intense action scene, somehow lost his grip and slipped. He hurt his jaw and broke a tooth and was immediately taken to the hospital. The doctor has suggested that he rest for at least six to seven days. Depending on how soon he recovers, it will be decided when he can resume shooting.”

The source added, “Something is wrong, as one after another, actors of the film are meeting with accidents since the shoot began [in April this year]. Given the back-to-back incidents, the makers have decided to take extra precaution on the sets.”

Meanwhile, Sanjay Dutt seems to be making the most of this free time by going for a short family vacation to Singapore.

Earlier, reports of fire on Kalank sets started doing the rounds on social media. Then reports also suggest, Varun Dhawan, who was reportedly shooting an action sequence for the film during, injured his arm resulting in the shoot coming to an abrupt halt. Then Alia too tripped on the stairs and injured her foot.

The poster of the film was shared by the producer Karan Johar in April. An elated Karan Johar expressed his views on his new venture and said, "KALANK has been an emotional journey for me! A germ of an idea that I had nearly 15 years ago...a film that was in a pre production stage helmed by my father...am now proud to pass it onto the extremely capable and visionary hands of our director Abhishek Varman! A beautifully structured story by Shibani Bathija, and an exceptionally fluid narrative, and screenplay by Abhishek.”
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