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Kamal Haasan supports families of the ADs who died on his set


The other day, a regrettable mishap on the sets of Indian 2 starring Kamal Haasan, Kajal Agarwala and Rakul Preet Singh, eliminated the lives of 3 service technicians. The names of the deceased are Sri Krishna, Madhu and Chandran.

Kamal Haasan, who existed on the set, advised the team to take the hurt to the closest healthcare facility. The super star himself came by the Kilpauk healthcare facility where the deceased were confessed. After discovering the condition and getting the reports, the star connected with the media and exposed that he would be contributing Rs 1 crore to the families of the deceased.

Attending To the media, Kamal Haasan stated, “This incident indicates that the safety of the people in the cine industry is still questionable. I was talking to my friends today morning and as an industry, we need to take measures to make sure that such incidents do not happen in the future. We take pride in saying that a movie is made on so-and-so crore budget and I personally feel ashamed to say that we couldn’t provide safety to the people who work for the film.”

The super star even more added, “On my behalf, I am donating Rs 1 crore to the family of the deceased and this is what I can do now. This is not the compensation for what we have lost. Some of them are very poor people. Three years back, I was in an accident. I know how difficult it is to recover from an accident like this. Of the three, only one could probably afford.”

A crane crashed on the set of the movie which eliminated the lives of those 3 individuals and left numerous others hurt.

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