Leopard Attack On Shoaib Ibrahim Show Ajooni Set: Leopard attacked on the set of Shoaib Ibrahim’s show ‘Ajooni’. More than 300 people were present on the set during this incident. Leopard killed a dog in the attack.
Leopard Attack On Ajooni Set: A bad news is coming out regarding the show ‘Ajooni’ of actor Shoaib Ibrahim. According to reports, a leopard attacked the sets of TV serial ‘Ajuni’, putting the lives of around 300 people in danger. Seeing the leopard on the set, there was an uproar among the people present there, there was chaos all around on the set. All India Cine Workers Association has given this information through a tweet. Along with this, a video has also been shared with Twi, in which the leopard is seen roaming freely on the set.
Sharing a video, the All India Cine Workers Association wrote, “In Mumbai’s Film City. ajuni The leopard attacked the set of the serial today.” It can be seen in the video that the leopard is fearlessly roaming around on the set, as well as it can be seen in the video that the leopard has attacked and killed a dog. Shyamlal Gupta, president of Cine Workers, also informed about the whole incident in a video.
Tweet of All India Cine Workers
Today ( 17/07/2023 ) in the morning 09:45 on Ajuni serial set in Filmcity, Goregaon, Mumbai Leopard attacked on the set during shooting. All Indian Cine Workers Association ( #AICWA ) President Suresh Shyamlal Gupta was contacted by his member and gave all the information. Leopard set… pic.twitter.com/qXF7m1yGrn
— All Indian Cine Workers Association (@AICWAofficial) July 17, 2023
Shyamlal Gupta said, “Today in Goregaon Film City Mumbai, the shooting of Aanjui serial was going on. At 9.45 in the morning a leopard attacked the set, during that time more than 300 workers and artistes were present on the set, everyone’s life was in danger. Everyone’s life was saved but the leopard killed the dog. AICWA President has raised this issue many times. Also reached to the government and AICWA President Suresh On the demand of Shyamlal Gupta, President of Maharashtra Congress, Mr. Nana Patole raised this issue in the last assembly of Maharashtra, but still no concrete decision has been taken on this. Leopard attacks are happening continuously in Film City. There are thousands of people working on sets all over Film City all the time. Everyone’s life is in danger. I appeal to Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde to take concrete steps in this matter as soon as possible. But if concrete steps are not taken, shootings will reduce and people will stop coming there Will do it.”