Beyhadh's Mandap Set Catches Fire; Kushal Tandon, Jennifer Winget Injured

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Beyhadh's Mandap Set Catches Fire; Kushal Tandon, Jennifer Winget Injured

'Beyhadh' starring Kushal Tandon and Jennifer Winget is currently one of the most popular show of Sony Entertainment Television. The team of show 'Beyhadh' were left shocked when a surprise fire broke out on the sets.

While Maya (Jennifer Winget) and Arjun’s (Kushal Tandon) much-awaited wedding sequence was being shot, the fire broke on the set. As per the script, ‘Mandap’ was to catch fire but things went out of hand when the fire started spreading quickly. Lead actors Kushal Tandon, Jennifer Winget and Aneri Vajani aka Saanjh also got injured.

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According to a report in Dainik Bhaskar,

“Kushal Tandon hurt his neck while Jennifer Winget and Aneri Vajani got their back and hand burnt. But luckily there we no causalities.”

 

A source from the sets told DNA,

 

"We were filming a marriage sequence with both Kushal and Jennifer. The set was supposed to catch fire, even during the shoot. But there was a little mishap and the fire caught on too easily and too fast."

 

The source further added,

“No, thankfully there were no casualties. Kushal who had an act during the scene, immediately jumped out and even pulled out Jennifer when he witnessed the mandap catching more fire than what was planned.”

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Here are some pictures taken just after the major tragedy was averted.

Kushal hurt his neck in his attempt of saving Jennifer

We really wish for a speedy recovery for everyone who got injured during the shooting.

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Image Credit: Dainik Bhaskar, DNA

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