Actor Pradhuman Singh, who featured as Osama bin Laden's lookalike in Bollywood film "Tere Bin Laden", was injured recently while shooting an action sequence for his upcoming movie "Life Ki Toh Lag Gayi".
The actor was required to jump above a bar table in a hotel and as the table was a little higher than usual tables, he ended up injuring himself.
A source present at the shoot described the incident, and said: "Pradhuman started his action sequence but unfortunately his hand landed on a bottle kept on the table. The glass broke and a few tiny particles pierced his hands, leaving him injured."
After seeing blood ooze out from Pradhuman's hand, the team is said to have panicked, and a doctor was called to attend to the situation. The doctor wrapped a bandage on Pradhuman's hand and advised the actor to take rest. The shoot was stalled and was about to be called off, but Pradhuman insisted on continuing the shoot.
Director Rakesh Mehta then decided to continue with the shooting.
Party time for 'Shobhana 7 Nights' team!
The last day on the sets of "Shobhana 7 Nights" turned out to be quite an affair as the team brought in actor Amit Purohit's birthday celebrations there itself.
Director Sudipto Chattopadhaya, actress Raveena Tandon and producer Abhishek Mishra, along with the entire unit, cut as many as four cakes with Amit.
Rushad Rana in mythological series
Actor Rushad Rana, popular for "Hip Hip Hurray!", will soon be seen in a mythological series called "Upanishad Ganga". He will play the role of Satyadharama.
The serial, based on the teachings of Upanishads will depict Rushad as a US-returned boy, who finds interest in studying Upanishads.
"The character of Satyadharama is much like me. He comes down to Benaras to learn Upanishads from a professor whom he has only read about. Though I have not studied Upanishads, but being a graduate in philosophy, such studies do interest me and so I would love to read them," said Rana, who was also seen in movies like "Veer-Zaara", "Mod" and "Dor".
The serial will go on air on DD March 11. Produced by Chinmaya Mission, the show is directed by the veteran Chandraprakash Dwivedi.