The set of Ranbir Kapoor and Shraddha Kapoor’s untitled film caught fire today, much to everyone’s surprise. The event occurred in Mumbai at Andheri West’s Chitrakoot studio near Link Road when a set was being constructed to film a song for the film. According to sources, no filming was taking place on the site, and Ranbir and Shraddha were scheduled to resume filming next week. So yet, no one has been injured.
A level 2 fire was reported at the Chitrakoot Ground near Sadar Bazaar, according to a report in Mumbai Live. According to reports, the fire broke out in a 1000-square foot area. According to media sources, eleven fire engines and two water tanks were dispatched to the scene, and efforts are being made to extinguish the fire. Needless to say, the news of a fire on Ranbir and Shraddha’s film sets has alarmed fans. The film will be directed by Luv Ranjan and will be Ranbir and Shraddha’s debut collaboration. In response to the event, Boney Kapoor informed the Bombay Times, “Everyone is well.” There have been no casualties, thanks to God’s mercy. Today just lightning work was being done. Everyone was getting ready for the shoot the next day. Tomorrow’s shoot was scheduled on this set.” He also stated that the source of the fire is still unexplained, although he suspects it was caused by a short circuit. For those who are unfamiliar, Boney Kapoor will appear as an actor in this Luv Ranjan film.
Mumbai | Level 2 fire reported in Andheri West area, near star Bazar on link road around 4.30 pm. Several fire tenders at spot. No loss of life yet reported. pic.twitter.com/h89ho2ww5M
— ANI (@ANI) July 29, 2022
Ranbir Kapoor is currently filming Sandeep Reddy Vanga’s Animal with Anil Kapoor and Rashmika Mandanna. The film will be Ranbir’s first collaboration with Rashmika, and the crew is presently filming in Delhi. In addition, Ranbir is looking forward to the release of Brahmastra. The fantasy drama, directed by Ayan Mukerji and starring Alia Bhatt, Amitabh Bachchan, Mouni Roy, and Nagarjuna Akkineni, will be released on September 9.