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Fire breaks out on the sets of Govinda's new film
January 04, 2008 15:35 IST
A fire broke out on the sets of B R Chopra's under-production film, Pappu Paas Ho Gaya, at Mumbai's Film City, in the western suburb of Goregaon on Friday morning. Luckily, no one was shooting at the time.
"We wrapped up the shooting of Pappu Pass Ho Gaya on Thursday by 10.30 pm. The fire started early in the morning," director Ravi Chopra says.
The reason for the fire was not immediately known but Film City sources say it could be due to a short circuit.
Chopra says that the fire will not cause a delay in the shooting. "It was a minor set. Another set has already been erected. We will start shooting in one week's time," he adds.