Actor-filmmaker Kamal Haasan, who is recovering from a leg injury, says he’s lucky that he didn’t bleed to death following the 18-feet fall from his office last month.
In a report by Deccan Chronicle, he was quoted saying, “It could have been much worse. After the fall, I was bleeding profusely. I could have bled to death. Luckily for me there was someone else in the office with me at the time that it happened.”
Recovering gradually from the injury, Haasan is expected to join the sets of his upcoming trilingual comedy Sabash Naidu, which he’s directing, in a month’s time. A spin-off of the popular character Balram Naidu from Haasan’s own film Dasavatharam, this project is being simultaneously made in Tamil, Telugu and Hindi. It also stars Ramya Krishnan, Shruti Haasan, Brahmanandam and Saurabh Shukla in important roles.
Having already completed a long schedule in Los Angeles, the makers plan to shoot next in Vishakhapatnam.
The film has music by maestro Ilayaraja, and this project marks their reunion after a decade.
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