Crew members injured on ‘Dabangg 2’ sets out of danger

Salman Khan
MUMBAI: Three technicians were injured on the sets of Salman Khan-starrer "Dabangg 2" at Mehboob Studio here Saturday, and were admitted to the Lilavati Hospital. They are all out of danger, official sources said.

"There was a mishap while filming an action sequence for ‘Dabangg 2’ at Mehboob Studio, Bandra, today. Three technicians sustained injuries and were taken to Lilavati Hospital by the doctor and ambulance that are on precautionary standby as a safety measure while filming action sequences," said an official statement from the publicists of the movie.

"Members of the principal cast were not filming during the mishap. All three technicians are out of danger," the statement read.

The technicians were injured following an "electric blast" on the set, said a source.

Salman accompanied the injured people, two of whom were initially said to be "serious", to the hospital.

His brother Arbaaz Khan, who is directing the movie, too came to the hospital, as did their father, veteran writer Salim Khan.

"Dabangg 2" is the sequel to 2010 blockbuster "Dabangg", which starred Salman and Sonakshi Sinha in key roles.