Joju George Injured On The Sets Of Mani Ratnam's Thug Life

Malayalam actor Joju George suffered an injury during a film shoot in Puducherry. The incident occurred while he was performing a stunt, jumping from a helicopter for a scene in Mani Ratnam's upcoming movie Thug Life, which stars Kamal Haasan in the lead. He was promptly taken to the hospital for treatment.
Joju George Injured On The Sets Of Mani Ratnams Thug Life
Malayalam actor Joju George has suffered an injury during the shoot of Mani Ratnam's Thug life in Puducherry. The incident occurred while he was performing a stunt, jumping from a helicopter for a scene in the film, which stars Kamal Haasan in the lead.
Joju George is playing a pivotal role in Thug Life
Joju George is playing a pivotal role in Thug Life

Injured During An Action Sequence

Joju George was filming alongside Kamal Haasan and Nassar, when the unfortunate accident occurred. Joju lost control and fell while jumping from the helicopter, resulting in a fracture in his left foot. He was taken to a hospital for treatment soon after the accident. Doctors have recommended bed rest for the actor. Joju returned to Kochi after the accident after the shooting of the film was halted.
A major action sequence involving Kamal Haasan was reportedly shot during the Pondicherry schedule. A few pictures from the set had gone viral on social media earlier. In just 40 days, a major portion of Thug Life has been shot, and the entire filming is expected to be wrapped up by August. The next schedule of the film will reportedly be happening in Chennai, and the team will be commencing it after a short break.

A Period Gangster Drama

Reported to be a period gangster drama, Thug Life will have Kamal Haasan playing a triple role, and the film has a strong star cast that includes Silambarasan, Trisha, Gautham Karthik, Joju George, Aishwarya Lekshmi, Nassar, Abhirami, and several popular stars. AR Rahman takes care of the music, while cinematography is being handled by Ravi K. Chandran. Thug Life is expected to hit the big screens by the end of 2024, and the film is on track according to the makers' plan.
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