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Ranveer Singh heads to London post head injury 

Ranveer Singh will be flying to London and will return around June 8 and is likely to join the crew of Padmavati immediately

Published: 29th May 2017

Ranveer Singh hurt himself on the sets of Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Padmavati. The actors’s spokesperson issued a statement regarding this, “While shooting the climax of the film, Ranveer injured himself on the head. The injury needed immediate medical attention but the actor didn’t let this interfere with the shoot. Ranveer hurt himself on the head while shooting for the film during a particular take but he was so engrossed in the performance that he did not realise it till cut was called it’s only after he started bleeding profusely from the head after cut was called did everyone realise that he was hurt badly. Ranveer received initial first aid on the set and was rushed immediately to a nearby hospital for treatment. He completed the basic treatment and returned to the film’s set to complete his portions of the shoot. Rather than let his injury slows him down or impact the shoot, Ranveer completed the day’s work. He required stitches on the head.” Now the actor has decided to take a break from the shoot. A source says, “Ranveer has been advised to take some rest and that is why he has taken a break. He will be flying to London and will return around June 8 and is likely to join the crew immediately. He has already informed Bhansali and he has already agreed to give him leave as the shooting is at its last leg. Till then crew will try and finish shooting with rest of the actors.”

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