Pallavi Joshi Gets INJURED After Vehicle Lost Control And Hit The Actress On Sets Of 'The Vaccine War' In Hyderabad- Read Deets Inside

Pallavi Joshi gets injured while shooting on the sets of her upcoming film 'The Vaccine War' in Hyderabad

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Pallavi Joshi Gets INJURED After Vehicle Lost Control And Hit The Actress On Sets Of 'The Vaccine War' In Hyderabad- Read Deets Inside
Actress Pallavi Joshi is currently busy shooting for her next project ‘The Vaccine War’ in Hyderabad. The movie which revolves around the medical fraternity and scientists during the Covid-19 pandemic is being directed by Pallavi’s husband and filmmaker Vivek Agnihotri. Recently, Joshi got injured while shooting for the film after a vehicle lost control and hit the actress. However, the actress completed her shot and sought treatment at a local hospital.

As reported by Indiatvnews, one vehicle on the set lost control and hit Pallavi, who sustained minor injuries. A source from the unit revealed that despite being injured, the national award-winning actress did not stop the shoot and completed her shot. Later, she was rushed to a nearby hospital where doctors checked her and informed that she is doing fine. Pallavi Joshi also dropped her smiling pictures from the set on her Instagram handle. ALSO READ: The Kashmir Files: Pallavi Joshi REVEALS Why There Was The Need To Make The Film- ‘It Took 32 Years To Tell The Truth’


Talking about the film, ‘The Vaccine War'  is based on Indian scientists and on the people who have sacrificed their day and night for over two years to develop the most effective vaccine in the world. An insider revealed, “These are the Sikh volunteers who helped cremate dead people during the second wave, risking their lives. They also volunteered to work in our film and helped us recreate exact scenarios.”

Bankrolled by Pallavi, the film is slated to hit the theatres on August 15, 2023, in more than 10 languages. Besides Hindi, it will release in English, Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam, Kannada, Bhojpuri, Punjabi, Gujarati, Marathi, and Bengali.