Major Fire Breaks Out At RK Studio; Will Super Dancer 2 Get Postponed?

A noteworthy fire broke out on the unscripted television appear, Super Dancer Season 2 sets, at the notable RK Studio in Mumbai’s Chembur region on Saturday (September 16) evening. The Super Dancer 2 set was totally harmed in the fire. Clearly, 11 fire motors, five water tankers and ambulances were raced to splash the burst. No causalities were accounted for. Famous Videos 15:18 Sanjay Dutt and Aditi Rao Hydari say, Bhoomi is SPEICAL; Watch Video 01:33 Shahid Kapoor gets Misha’s EAR PIERCED; Watch 01:57 Simran VS Lucknow Central: Kangana Ranaut LEAVES BEHIND Farhan Akhtar at Box Office Major Fire At RK Studio According to reports, the fire started at the beautiful gear in the studio. Boss fire officer, P Rahangdale was cited by TOI as saying, “As the things are profoundly inflammable, the fire spread quick. We have figured out how to bring it under control.” No Casualities RK studio was established in 1948 by late performing artist and producer Raj Kapoor. His child, Rishi Kapoor took to Twitter, “Tragic A noteworthy fire broke out at RK Studios We have lost the notorious Stage 1 Thankfully no setbacks nor wounds. Every one of your worries increased in value.” Rishi Kapoor Tweets… He additionally stated, “A Studio can be assembled again however the loss of the crucial memorabilia and ensembles of all RK Films,is lamentable for all. Fire took it away.” Super Dancer 2 Set Destroyed Since the Super Dancer 2 set was totally harmed, it was said that the show (which was set to hit the TV screens inside 15 days) may get delayed. Yet, as per the most recent report, the show may chief on the declared date itself. Fortunately, No One Was Shooting A source was cited by IANS as saying, “Fortunately, nobody was harmed as the arrangement of the Sony Entertainment Television indicate was bolted and nobody was shooting…. We shot at the area a week ago, and the following shoot was planned for September 29 or 30.” Will Super Dancer 2 Get Postponed? The source additionally included, “The fire accident won’t defer the show, and its debut date will continue as before.”