Pallavi Joshi hit by a vehicle on the sets of The Vaccine War in Hyderabad | Bollywood

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After posts about actor Pallavi Joshi injured on the sets of her upcoming movie The Vaccine War popped up, filmmaker Vivek Agnihotri’s team confirmed the same. The accident happened in Hyderabad where Pallavi was filming. During the shoot, she was hit by a vehicle. Read also: Anupam Kher Joins Vivek Ranjan Agnihotri’s The Vaccine War After Nana Patekar

The Vaccine War is written and directed by Vivek Agnichotri. It is said to be based on India’s journey to develop the covid-19 vaccines during the pandemic. Besides Pallavi, the film also has Anupam Kher, Sapthami Gowda and Nana Patekar. The film will be released in cinemas in 11 languages ​​for Independence Day 2023.

Pallavi’s accident occurred when a vehicle lost control and hit her. No serious injuries have been reported as a result of the accident. She reportedly continued to shoot after her injury. It is believed that she was treated at a nearby hospital in Hyderabad where they were shooting.

Meanwhile, on Tuesday, Vivek tweeted cryptic lines about the street and accident-prone life. He wrote, “GM. Life is a game of running on a high speed, heavy traffic, accident prone street with drunk drivers. You have to save yourself. Most fall victim to accidents and never recover. Those who survive accidents, get up and run again, reach their destination.”

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Earlier, the film’s team was filming in Lucknow. Before moving to Hyderabad, Vivek Kantara brought fame to Sapthami for the film. Cinema Express quoted Vivek as saying, “I’m making an Indian film and we wanted to bring the right cast and work with good actors, no matter where they come from.”

“We have finalized the Lucknow schedule and Sapthami will be joining the team in the Hyderabad schedule which starts in a few days. I saw Kantara and liked her performance as Leela. I so wanted her to be part of my film, and when I called Sapthami, she kindly agreed to play the part. I am very happy that she is joining The Vaccine War team,” he added.

In November last year, Vivek announced The Vaccine War. Unveiling the movie poster featuring a vaccine bottle, he wrote, “Announcement: Presenting The Vaccine War” – an incredible true story of a war you never knew India fought. And won with its science, courage and great Indian values. released on Independence Day 2023. In 11 languages. Please bless us. #TheVaccineWar.”

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Pallavi was last seen in Vivek’s The Kashmir Files.

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