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Who Is Behind Fire At 'Sye Raa' Sets?

Who Is Behind Fire At 'Sye Raa' Sets?

The reports that a major fire broke out in the sets of Telugu film “Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy” starring megastar Chiranjeevi at Kokapet near Gandipet on the outskirts of Hyderabad early on Friday made a big news in the local and national media.

Some sections of media also reported that veteran Bollywood actor Amitabh Bachchan was also expected to take part in the shooting of the film on Friday but cancelled his visit following the fire mishap, which led to destruction of set and shooting material worth over Rs 2 crore.

But, there is a talk doing rounds in the film circles that there is more to the fire in Sai Raa sets than what meets the eye.

While the reports said the shooting for the film went on till late hours on Thursday and the fire accident, possibly due to short circuit, had occurred in the early hours of Friday.

But according to the rumours, the shooting at the sets was already completed and even the little patchwork which was being done till recently was also completed.

As such, there was no shooting taking place at the sets. Since it was erected on the premises of the farmhouse belonging to Chiranjeevi’s brother-in-law Allu Arvind, nobody knows what is happening inside.

It is learnt somebody might have deliberately set fire to the set, in order to avoid the burden of dismantling it and transporting it, which would cost the producers heavily.

Since the shooting part is completed, there is no way the producers could make use of the set. It is not exactly known whether film set was insured or not.

Even the reports about Amitabh Bachchan cancelling his visit to Hyderabad following the mishap are said to be false, as Amitabh had already completed his shooting part during a 10-day schedule and he was also given a warm send-off by the shooting unit.

In any case, the police are investigating the case and hope, the facts will come out.

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