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7 Arrested For The Attack On 'Fixerr' Crew, Mahie Gill And Team To Meet Maharashtra CM Devendra Fadnavis

Written By Radhika Sarkar | Mumbai | Published:

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  • Bollywood actress Mahie Gill and the crew of ALT Balaj's 'Fixerr' were attacked by four unidentified goons while they were shooting in Mira Road, Thane.
  • In a recent update by ANI, the police officials have arrested seven people in connection with the incident.

Bollywood actress Mahie Gill and the crew of ALT Balaj's 'Fixerr' were attacked by four unidentified goons while they were shooting in Mira Road, Thane. The crew was reportedly shooting in a factory when four drunk men tuned up and started attacking the cast and crew. The goons allegedly carrying rods and sticks manhandled the cast and seriously injured Director of Photography, Santosh Tundyal, and director Soham Shah. The female crew members and artists were also attacked.

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And now, as per ANI, the police officials have arrested seven people in connection with the incident, and actress Mahir Gill along with the entire crew of 'Fixerr' are to meet Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis. 

While talking about the incident, exclusively to Republic TV, actress Mahie Gill said, "I am in a state of shock right now. We were shooting since 7 o' clock in the morning and everything was going fine. All of a sudden, around 4-4:30 pm, 4 gundas turned up out of nowhere and started attacking. They were randomly hitting people. They came to attack me, I escaped to the car.  I saw them hitting our director Soham Shah who was on the ground. He was beaten up so badly that he almost fainted. Our DoP went to save them and they attacked him. He has got stitches on his head. They broke the vanity van, hit another crew, my driver was hurt, he couldn't lift his hand, it was terrible. I had to take DoP to the hospital."

WATCH: Cast And Crew Of ALTBalaji's Under-production Show Claim Attack By Goons In Mumbai

Following the incident, a video was put out by the crew members from the shoot location, where they said that the goons reportedly claimed to own the place and said that they are not allowed to shoot without permission, despite the cast having valid permission to shoot. In the video, they also claimed that the police patrol came inside the compound and seized the place. They demanded money to release their instruments.  

 

 

 

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