Actors Zarin Khan and Rajeev Khandelwal had a narrow escape when their car collided with a truck while filming a chase sequence for "Amar Must Die". But the camera attendant was said to be seriously injured.
The accident happened Thursday in Kalyan when the car, in which they were sitting, collided with a truck carrying camera equipment.
"Both the vehicles were zooming at high speed for the action shot when the collision took place. Both Zarin and Rajeev escaped unhurt, but the camera attendant was badly injured," said a source.
"Amar Must Die", an action thriller, is the Hindi remake of Hollywood movie "Crank". The film is directed by Param Gill and produced by Remo D'Souza, who had directed "ABCD" - "Any body Can Dance".
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