The crew of the Sandalwood film "Bhajarangi 2" seem to have been struck with bad luck again. Just two days after a fire broke out on the film set at the Mohan B Kere Studio, the crew met with another accident. Thankfully no one was injured in the incident.
A bus carrying the actors and some of the crew hit an electricity pole in Nelamangala, while the team was on the way to shoot the climax of the film.
According to sources, the driver of the bus lost control and swerved off the road and hit the pole. The impact caused the pole to break and fall on the bus.
Sources say that, luckily, the bus was going too fast. "The bus was travelling slowly. No one was injured," sources added.
Actor Shivarajkumar and the rest of the team were seen waiting by the side of the road at the scene of the accident. They were waiting for the police procedures to conclude.
The producer of the film has not made any comments about the incident, sources said.
It can be recalled that on January 16, a fire broke out on the sets of "Bhajarangi 2". The incident occurred on the film set at the Mohan B Kere Studio on the outskirts of Nelamangala, where over 400 crew and actors were present.
As the 360-degree set was fully enclosed and there was only one entry and exit point, the occupants are considered to be lucky that the fire did not spread, enabling them to escape unharmed.
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