Sanjay Dutt tweets that he is fine and denies reports that he was injured on the sets – Know more

News reports on Wednesday confirmed that the actor had been hurt while filming his upcoming South production.

On Wednesday night, actor Sanjay Dutt used Twitter to deny press claims that he had been hurt while filming his upcoming South Korean film, “KD.” The actor reassured everyone of his wellbeing in a forceful tweet, thanked those who really inquired after him, and slammed those who were circulating untrue rumours about him.

His note read, “There are reports of me getting injured. I want to reassure everyone that they are completely baseless. By God’s grace, I am fine & healthy. I am shooting for the film KD & the team’s been extra careful while filming my scenes. Thank you everyone for reaching out & your concern.”


Earlier in the day, media exaggerated very minor issues in relation to what was reported, making a mountain out of a molehill. It appears that an injury occurred during filming a scene involving a bomb blast. Yet it didn’t have much of an intensity. A representative from the “KD” set acknowledged Sanju Baba’s position and stated, “Sanju Baba did get injuries, but they were minor. There is no significant harm incurred. Actually, the crisis was quickly under control, and shooting has even resumed.”

Prem directed the film “KD,” which also features Shilpa Shetty Kundra, Ravichandra, and Dhruva Sarja. The movie will be released in Kannada, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, and Hindi as part of a Pan-Indian release.