A major fire broke out on the Jodhaa Akbar set at ND Studios in Karjat city

A major fire broke out on the Jodhaa Akbar set at ND Studios in Karjat city

A major fire broke out on the Jodhaa Akbar set at Film production company ND Studios in Karjat city near Mumbai on the 7th of May. The whole Jodhaa Akbar set has been paunched in the major fire. Be that as it may, no injuries have been accounted for up until this point. A few fire tenders were raced to the spot to drench the major fire.

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This Jodhaa Akbar set was raised for Indian actress Aishwarya Rai and Indian actor Hrithik Roshan’s Jodhaa Akbar movie, which was directed by Indian film director Ashutosh Gowariker. Afterward, television’s popular show Jodha Akbar was additionally shot here somewhere in the range of 2013 to 14. The show featured an Indian television actor known for his roles in the historical shows Rajat Tokas and Indian television actress Paridhi Sharma in the lead character.

Police stated that various individuals were squeezed into activity to soak the fire. He stated that ” A few fire brigade vehicles from Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation, Karjat, and adjoining territories were raced to the spot, and endeavors to soak the fires were on.” While police staff and firemen keep on being on the place, the specific reason for the fire has not yet been determined. According to local peoples accept that a short circuit in a close-by electrical unit could be the reason for the fire.

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Even following quite a while of the film’s launch, the Jodhaa Akbar set was kept unblemished by the ND studio officials and was an excellent fascination for individuals visiting the ND studio. Other than the movie, the Studio additionally facilitated the Bigg Boss television show.

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