DMG makers planning to pause the SRK injury scene?
Posted January 4, 2010on:
Amitabh Bachchan had a near-fatal accident while shooting for Manmohan Desai’s Coolie which released in 1983. The director paused the scene which then made headlines to pay a tribute to Amitabh. 25 years later, in another accident on the sets of Muddasar Aziz’s directorial debut Dulha Mil Gaya, Shah Rukh Khan badly injured his shoulder due to which he had to undergo a major surgery.
The makers of Dulha Mil Gaya have paused the exact scene in which SRK was injured.
|Shah Rukh Khan|
Our source tells us, “It was an afterthought. When the film was being edited, they realised that they should do something like this. The scene is in the second half of the film and like in Coolie, here also the scene will be paused so that the viewers know when the accident happened. The makers do not wish to reveal it as they do not want to aggravate SRK.”
Producer Viveck Vaswani clarified, “SRK was injured during the shooting of our film but we are not planning to do anything special to mark the scene. It would look like cashing in on the sequence. SRK got hurt but he did not tell anyone about it during the shoot.
He finished his work with dignity and quietly left. When I came to know about it the next day, I sent him a text. He said it’s all right as it was not my fault and he would be doing these stunts for the next 20 years.”
|Muddasar Aziz||Viveck Vaswani|
Even the director of the film Muddasar Aziz, denied the news saying, “There is no such gimmick planned.”