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Rajkummar Rao suffers leg fracture

Mumbai: Actor Rajkummar Rao has suffered a fracture in his leg while shooting on the sets of reality TV show “Lip Sing Battle”. The 33-year-old actor, who was facing off against his”Bareilly Ki Barfi” co-star Kriti Sanon in the show, has had two fractures in his left leg and has undergone a surgery.

Rajkummar took to social media where he posted a photo with host of the show Farah Khan, laying in a hospital bed with his leg covered in a cast. “Everyone was asking me to break a leg specially@farahkhankunder and see I’ve literally done that.

Two fractures, one surgery but not that bad. “Got to learn some amazing dance moves. Thank you team’Lip Sing Battle’ and my apologies @kritisanon couldn’t shoot today. Apologies everyone couldn’t finish it today but very soon hopefully,” he wrote.

Farah also shared another funny picture, saying the actor took the phrase of ‘Break a leg’ a little too seriously. “‘Break a leg’ doesn’t mean literally! My poor@rajkummar_rao fractures his ankle but retains his sense of humour on ‘Lip Sing Battle’… Pic credit @patralekhaa,” she wrote.

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