A massive fire broke out on the sets of Nagarjuna's film 'Rajanna' on Tuesday. The fire has burnt specially erected sets of a village and a bungalow at Jubillee Hills. Luckily there were no reports of casualties, as the shooting of the film has been halted recently.
Reports say that the incident happened because of an electrical spark, which damaged equipment and sets worth Rs. 50 lakhs on Tuesday evening. It is said that the fire spread in no time, as the sets was erected of plaster of Paris.
According to the sources, Major part of the films shooting at the sets has been completed but some key scenes are yet to be shot. Now, it is not sure whether the makers of the film will erect the sets again or change the location of the shoots.
'Rajanna' is based on the life of a freedom fighter who fought valiantly against the oppressive upper class during the Nizam regime and lay down his life. Nagarjuna informed us that the script of 'Rajanna' has stuck …