Popular television and Bollywood actor Upen Patel, who is also making a mark in the South industry, recently met with an incident while shooting for a Tamil-Telugu film. According to media reports, the actor got injured on the sets in Chennai. The interesting part is the actor was heading to the sets to shoot for a scene wherein he is shown recovering from injuries in a hospital. However, when he reached the hospital for the shoot, Upen Patel slipped and fell resulting in real injuries. He has reportedly hurt his hand and leg during the incident. The reel scenes turned to real scenes for Upen Patel.
Upen also took to Twitter to leave a hint about it. A few days back he tweeted, “WHEN REEL SCENES BECOME REAL SCENES.”
WHEN REEL SCENES BECOME REAL SCENES ……
— Upen Patel (@upenpatelworld) May 15, 2018
Despite the pain, Upen continued to shoot as the makers of the film had only a day permission to shoot at the hospital premises. After taking some painkillers, the actor began with the shooting for the film.
Upen is currently back to Mumbai for some recovery and the shooting for the film is expected to resume in the next week.
Meanwhile, Upen Patel will be seen in the film Boomerang, which features Megha Akash in a female lead role. Radhan of Arjun Reddy fame is composing music for this film with Prasanna S Kumar as the cinematographer. Atharvaa Murali will be seen sporting three different looks in upcoming film Boomerang.
The actor had to go through hours of toughness during the prosthetic makeover process. Shedding some lights upon this, the filmmaker Kannan had earlier this year said, “When the script and characterization of Atharvaa was conceptualized, it demanded three different looks. Henceforth, we approached the most proficient award winning make-up technicians – Preetisheel Singh and Mark Troy D’Souza. We initially wanted to fly down Mumbai for discuss and finalize the looks. But the relentless shoot of Atharvaa made us bring them here. They were here in Chennai for couple of days spending 12hrs to get the right looks. The measurement process was so unique that even the minutest detailing including shape of Atharvaa’s mouth was taken apart from eyes and nose. A kind of dough was applied to get the cast and Atharvaa had to keep himself confined to ‘Statue’ mode for 5 hours. The breathing became so much difficult that a tiny tube was attached to his nose to ease him up.”