A unit member of Salman Khan starrer ‘Tubelight’ faces trouble in Ladakh schedule
Filmmaker Kabir Khan who has started shooting for his next film ‘Tubelight‘ in Ladakh, is facing some trouble. If reports are to be believed, his production unit is still trying to adjust to the high altitude conditions there. Reportedly, a few days ago one of the unit members had to be rushed to hospital after he complained of dizziness and exhaustion.
According to a source, “Though the director flew in unit hands earlier for the long shooting stint ahead of them, it is proving to be tough for them. One of the unit hands, who is part of the action team, had to be admitted to hospital.”
“He is diabetic and has to take more precautions than others. He was uncomfortable and required immediate medical care. His health condition is being monitored now,” added the source.
‘Tubelight’ would be marking the third collaboration between director Kabir Khan and actor Salman Khan, after ‘Ek Tha Tiger’ and ‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan‘ . Set against the backdrop of 1962 Indo-Chinese war, apparently, this is a period love story in which Salman’s character falls in love with a Chinese girl.
Salman Khan who is riding high on the success of his film ‘Sultan’ would be joining the team in the coming month of August after completing the shoot for the promos of ‘Bigg Boss’ season 10.
We can now only wish good luck to the entire team, and wish such hurdles do not create any more troubles in the making of ‘Tubelight’. Let’s hope for the best.