Uri: The Surgical Strike actor Vicky Kaushal is very particular about his action sequences. The young actor likes to perform his stunts on his own. Recently, while shooting for Bhanu Pratap Singh's horror film in Gujarat, Vicky Kaushal survived a serious injury. He got injured while perfecting an action scene, during which he fractured his cheekbone and received 13 stitches on his cheeks. The news was announced by film critic Taran Adarsh on his Twitter. He wrote, "Vicky Kaushal gets injured while filming an action sequence... Shooting for director Bhanu Pratap Singh's horror film in #Gujarat... Vicky fractured his cheekbone and got 13 stitches on his cheek."
As per the statement, the incident took place Thursday where Kaushal was filming an action sequence in a ship on a night shoot of the film being directed by Bhanu Pratap Singh.
"The crew has been shooting in Gujarat since the last five days. During a night shoot on Thursday, when Vicky was filming an action sequence in a ship, he had to run and open the door.
"Unfortunately, the door fell on him and he was badly hurt," the statement read.
He was immediately rushed to a local hospital by the crew and flown back to Mumbai for further treatment.
On the work front, Vicky Kaushal was last seen as an Army officer in Uri: The Surgical Strike which release in January this year. The film went on to become one of the biggest hits of the recent time. It is based on the real-life surgical strike carried out by Indian army following the ghastly Uri terror attacks on CRPF camp in Kashmir. Vicky Kaushal played the male protagonist while Mohit Raina featured in a supporting role.