83: The Cast Is Refraining from Hugging Pankaj Tripathi For the Time Being

83: The Cast Is Refraining from Hugging Pankaj Tripathi For the Time Being

Actor Pankaj Tripathi fractured his ribs before joining the team of 83 in London and has begun the shooting of the film
83: The Cast Is Refraining from Hugging Pankaj Tripathi For the Time Being
The cast of 83

Pankaj Tripathi is as of now shooting for Ranveer Singh's 83, in which he assumes the job of Indian manager Man Singh. The actor injured his ribs while riding a bicycle as of late but that didn't prevent him from shooting the film in London. Pankaj had arranged a genuinely necessary get-away with his family in Scotland in front of the shoot. A day before leaving for his vacation, he met with a mishap which left him with wounds on his arms and shoulders. He took a minor medication to heal the wound. Without understanding the intensity of his wounds, Pankaj left for Scotland. Over the span of his excursion, he encountered genuine stomach pain and was informed that he had broken three ribs.

“I am taking precautions by not lifting weights, no sudden and harsh movements to avoid stress on ribs, I am taking all the precautionary measurements so that there is no pressure on my ribs. Even while shooting, the crew is taking care not to give me scenes or shots that require physical stress. Ranveer being so close, friendly and electrifying, is also taking care of my health and greets me from a distance. On the set, there is a physiotherapist who is helping me out with my injury,” explained Pankaj.

He further added that, “Ranveer and the cast have stopped hugging me, fearing they will hurt will hurt me. ” He spoke about India’s legendary World Cup victory in 1983 and said, “I must have been around eight or nine at the time but I did read about the win in the papers. It’s an inspiring story and I leaped at the opportunity to be a part of the film.” Coordinated by Kabir Khan, the film stars Ranveer as then Team India commander Kapil Dev and Deepika Padukone as his significant other Romi Dev. It will recount to the account of India's first cricket world cup win in 1983.

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