ALTbalaji’s Upcoming Show Fixer Cast and Crew Attacked on Sets

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ALTBalaji’s upcoming show Fixer cast and crew were allegedly attacked on Tuesday. The team members claimed they were shooting near Ghodbunder Road in Mumbai when the incident took place.

According to the reports of India Today, three people have been arrested by Kasarvadavali police station. The arrested people claim to have attacked the sets because they had already booked it before.

Ekta Kapoor shared a video in which the show’s producer Sakett Saawhney and actor Mahie Gill alleged they were beaten up by drunk goons. “V v sad ! Violence on sets of #fixer,” wrote Ekta as the caption.

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“We were shooting in a factory today with valid permission and due money paid to the location manager. We were shooting since 7 am and around 4.30 pm, some four people barged in, drunk, with sticks and rods in their hands,” said Sakett in the video.

“They attacked our artistes, technicians and crew. They said we cannot shoot there without their permission. There was no scope for dialogue, discussion. They manhandled women, attacked our director of photography, our director has dislocated his shoulder,” he added further in the video.

Mahie said when the men came to attack her, she ran towards her car and saw that the goons were “hitting people like animals”.

“We are not going to the police as they themselves were telling the goons to hit us,” the actor said.

Sakett claimed when the police patrol vehicle arrived, they narrated the incident to them but the police shut the compound door, didn’t let the crew collect their belongings and demanded money.

They said come to court and then take your stuff. This is total harassment. We have consciously taken a call to not file a police complaint as you will call the other party, give them an NC (non-cognisable offence) and they will be out on bail.

“We, on the other hand, will forever be running to the court and be branded as criminals. It is harassment for the industry,” he added.

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