'Such wear and tear is a part and parcel of an actor's life.'
'If you want to remain relatively safe, go for a desk job.'
Sustaining injuries while shooting high-octane stunts has become a way of life for Vishal Krishna.
In what could have been a fatal accident, Vishal hurt himself again during the shooting of his Telugu film Enemy.
"It's been a hectic schedule. I got injured. I had a really lucky escape," he tells Subhash K Jha.
This athletic actor is no stranger to on-location injuries.
While shooting for the Tamil film Poojai in 2013, he fractured his hand.
In 2014, while shooting for the Tamil film Aambala. he tore a ligament during a fight sequence.
"Such wear and tear is a part and parcel of an actor's life. If you want to remain relatively safe, go for a desk job," says Vishal.
In 2019, Vishal had a freak accident while shooting the Tamil version of the song Blockbuster when he slipped and fell. He twisted his ankle and injured his elbow.
Later, the same year, while shooting for a film in Turkey, Vishal had a nasty fall from a motorbike, which left his leg and hand injured.
"That was a nasty fall," the actor recalls. "But it could have been much worse."