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Rohit Shetty gets injured while shooting his web series Indian Police Force in Hyderabad, undergoes minor surgery

Bollywood director Rohit Shetty recently underwent minor surgery after he was injured on the sets of web series Indian Police Force in Hyderabad.

The news of Rohit Shettyโ€™s injury came as a shock to all his fans and well-wishers, as the popular and successful director was leading the production of the much-anticipated series.

Indian Police Force director Rohit Shetty had suffered a minor injury on the sets in Hyderabad, due to which he had to undergo minor surgery and was immediately admitted to the hospital. According to the reports, he is currently recovering and is expected to be back to work in 3-4 days.

Rohit Shetty, who has given several blockbuster films and popular web series, was in the midst of shooting Indian Police Force at Hyderabad when he was injured. He was immediately rushed to the nearby hospital, where he underwent minor surgery. The team of the web series, who has been shooting in Hyderabad for the past two weeks, has also returned to Mumbai as per schedule.

The makers of Indian Police Force have wished Rohit Shetty a speedy recovery, thanking him for all his hard work. With Rohit Shetty’s absence, the shooting of the web series has been delayed temporarily. However, the makers did not comment on when the shooting of the show would resume.

Rohit Shetty is one of the most successful directors in the industry, who has given blockbuster films such as Chennai Express, Golmaal and Singham. His web series, Khatron Ke Khiladi and Dil Ki Baatain have also been successful. All his fans are praying for his speedy recovery and can’t wait to watch Indian Police Force, which promises to be the best web series of the year! Indian Police Force stars Sidharth Malhotra in the lead purpose with Shilpa Shetty and Vivek Oberoi in pivotal roles.

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