Akshay Kumar Kesari set fire: First photos from the tragedy are out

Joann Johnston
April 25, 2018

Yes! You are reading it right the blast took while the shoot of the battle/ war scene.

Thankfully, everyone's favourite, Akshay had already left for the day before the major broke out.

It is not known yet what the makers will do now that the set has been destroyed. "But the set, including equipment and cameras, has been completely destroyed", a source from the site told Mirror. No one from the cast or crew was injured. Also, the problems for the makers increased because makers might have to rebuild it as 10 days of the schedule are still remaining.

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Akshay Kumar has returned back home after completing his portions, while the female lead Parineeti Chopra is now enjoying her vacations in Australia. The good news was that no harm to any human life was caused by the fire, and there were no casualties. The sources say that the fire was brought under control and nobody was hurt. The police added that the shooting for the film is taking place at Pimpode Budruk village in Wai teshsil, around 30 km from Satara. Kesari is an Akshay Kumar film which is produced by Karan Johar and also co-stars Parineeti Chopra. It stars Akshay and Parineeti Chopra in the lead roles and is directed by Anurag Singh.

Kesari is a war drama based on the 1987 Battle of Saragarhi, where an army of only 21 Sikhs faced 10,000 Afghans and won the battle. While there may be a slight disturbance in schedule, the film is expected to release in 2019.

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