Fire caught during shooting of Varun Dhawan and Shraddha Kapoor' ABCD 2 - RNews1 Network

Fire caught during shooting of Varun Dhawan and Shraddha Kapoor' ABCD 2

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Mumbai : There was shooting of Varun Dhawan and Shraddha Kapoor's upcoming film Any Body Can Dance 2 (ABCD-2) going on and suddenly set caught fire and crew members helped everyone evacuate.

The incident happened at Goregaon Filmcity around 4.30pm on Thursday, when a dance competition sequence was apparently being filmed. The studio was packed with about six hundred to seven hundred junior artists. Varun Dhawan and Shraddha Kapoor were rehearsing their moves. 

According to a Mumbai Mirror report, the entire set of ABCD-2 was gutted in fire. Further to reports, the fire broke out in Goregaon's Filmcity on February 26, 2015, at 4:30 pm when Varun Dhawan and Shraddha Kapoor were perfecting their moves for Remo D'Souza's musical. 

The report quoted the director's assistant on condition of anonymity, "The reason for the fire was a bulb which blew up in the ceiling and the butter paper stuck on it caught fire, sparking off a short-circuit. Within seconds the set was engulfed in flames." 

The report further stated that the team was rehearsing for a dance competition which had Indians battling it out with international troupes, when the fire hit the sets. "There were 700 junior artistes including several foreigners besides Varun, Shraddha, Lauren at the time," the report quoted Remo's assistant. 

Reportedly, the fire quickly escalated and the whole set, lit up by over a thousand, blinking blue LED lights, was up in flames before the fire engines turned up. 

"We called the fire brigade immediately but it took them a while to arrive and by the time they doused the fire, the entire set was destroyed. Until 6 pm we could only see the thick smoke, but thankfully, no one was injured," Remo's assistant further said to Mirror.



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