Today was not a special day for 2 actresses of Bollywood industry and they are Tabu and Shilpa Shetty Kundra. Both the actresses got injured during the shooting. Although both were shooting for different films. While doing an action scene on the sets of the film Bhola, Tabu got hurt on the eye. At the same time, Shilpa got hurt in the leg while doing the action scene. Shilpa has also shared her photo from the hospital which is going viral on social media. Talking about Tabu first, she is shooting for Ajay Devgan’s film Bhola.
Tabu has suffered an injury during the shooting of the ongoing film in Hyderabad. Actually, all this happened to Tabu during a stunt. Ajay was also with him at that time. According to the report of Pinkvilla, the scene was such that Ajay was driving a truck in a dense forest and the goons in the motorcycle were behind him. During this, a bike collided with the truck and Tabu who was in the truck during that collision brought some glass pieces on her. The collision was so strong that the glass directly hit Tabu’s right eye and there the actress got cut. There was a medical facility on the set after which Tabu was seen. Didn’t even bother to stitch up.
Ajay took a break during this and asked Tabu to rest. The condition of the actress is fine and the fans need not worry. Anyway, Ajay takes full care on the set as an actor and director.
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On the other hand, talking about Shilpa Shetty, these days she is shooting for Rohit Shetty’s web series Indian Police Force. Sidharth Malhotra is in the lead role along with Shilpa in this film. Now Shilpa has shared her photo in which a fracture is seen on one of her legs and she is sitting on a wheelchair. Sharing the photo, Shilpa wrote, ‘He said, roll, camera, action and break the leg. I took his words more seriously. I will be away from action for 6 weeks. But I will come back stronger and better. Till then, remember in prayer. Prayers always work.’