There seems to be no end to filmmaker Subhash Kapoor's woes. Just when he had bounced back after murky charges of sexual misconduct he now has to face a shooting cancellation because of a locational accident.
Amit Sadh who fell and fractured his right leg while shooting on location in Shimla for Subhash Kapoor's Guddu Rangeela says he would have to remain bed-ridden for three weeks.
Speaking to this writer from the Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani hospital Amit said, "It is a routine fracture. I don't know how exactly it happened. I was shooting when I stumbled and slipped. Before I knew it I felt an acute pain in my right leg."
Wincing with pain the actor says, "It's no big deal. I am used to pain of all kinds. In order to walk one first needs to crawl and then stumble and fall. I am right now in that stage of my life where I am learning to walk. I don't mind the fall."
Amit says recent times have been extremely eventful for him. "The past year has been like a hurricane for me. Suddenly after years of struggle I finally stumbled upon some success. And now just when I was enjoying that success I fractured my leg. This is God's way of reminding me to keep my feet planted firmly on to earth."
Amit is expected to be discharged from hospital on Thursday.
"But I have to remain bed-ridden for three weeks. Until then the shooting remains cancelled. This is my chance to catch up on my sleep and reading," says Amit.