Ajay Devgn Recalls Amitabh Bachchan Got Injured After Jumping From Third Floor While Shooting For Major Saab; Reveals Safety Measures He Takes On The Sets Of His Films
Amitabh Bachchan recently shared that he sustained injuries on the sets of his upcoming film Project K
Ajay Devgn and Tabu launched the trailer of their upcoming directorial Bholaa in Mumbai on Monday. During the event, the actor-filmmaker recalled the time Amitabh Bachchan sustained injuries on the sets of Major Saab (1998). When asked about the safety measures he takes on the sets of his films, the actor said that doing action for films has become easier today than it was some years ago.
Recalling the incident from the sets of Major Saab, which featured him sharing screen space with Amitabh Bachchan. He said, “It is like our job is difficult and easy also now. At that point of time when Mr Bachchan used to do action. there were no mattresses, there were no safety measures, and there were no cables. We injure every part of our body. Mr Bachchan has done shots that you can’t even imagine. I remember him getting injured while doing Major Saab. He insisted he will jump from some thirty feet. It was three floors high, and I told him let’s not do this shot. I mean we can work it out with duplicates. We both were supposed to jump and he insisted we’ll do it. We had an injury in that film also. So it’s that enthusiasm.”
Amitabh Bachchan recently shared that he sustained injuries on the sets of his upcoming film Project K, which also stars Prabhas and Deepika Padukone.
Devgn also revealed the kind of safety precautions that are followed on film sets these days. He said, “Now I’d say things are much easier. There are cables. There are safety precautions. There is an ambulance and doctors on set. There are paddings and lots of stuff. So, it’s become relatively much easier. Thank God, while we are aging, things are getting easier also.”
“It’s like driving a car. You can have an accident anytime, but you try to be safe all the time. So, it just happens sometimes but we try to take all the safety measures but there are risks,” the actor added.
Furthermore, Tabu also shared her safety concerns but pointed out that “there is always one percent chance of you getting injured.” The actor then took the opportunity to thank the team of Bholaa, when she was asked if she had concerns about doing so much action in Bhoola.
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NewsMar 29 2023, 07:03:02