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Oh Baby actor Naga Shaurya gets injured while shooting for an action sequence in his next

Telugu actor Naga Shaurya is gearing up for the release of his next film Oh Baby which also stars Samantha Akkineni in other lead role. Directed by Nandini Reddy, Oh Baby has Shaurya playing a brief role unlike his previous appearances as a protagonist. Post wrapping up his portions in Oh Baby, Shaurya began shooting for another project which is directed by debutante Ramana. The film is yet to be titled and is produced by Shaurya’s home production Ira Creations.

The shooting of the film is underway in Vizag and the actor has been canning important action sequences in the film. And in an unfortunate incident, Shaurya has injured himself and has hurt his left leg while shooting for the action episode. Shaurya shot for the scene himself and did not opt for a body double in the episode. The ropes to which Shaurya was tied to slipped and the actor fell resulting in an injury to his left leg. Shaurya has rushed to a nearby hospital in Vizag where the actor was treated immediately. The Oh Baby actor has now been advised rest for 25 days by the doctors before he can resume normal activities. Shaurya was spotted at the airport in Vizag and was seen with a cast on his left leg and wheelchair bound. The actor has been receiving get-well-soon messages from friends, fans and colleagues from the industry after the news broke out about his injury.

Shaurya made his debut as an actor with Cricket, Girls and Beer in 2011. He then went on to act in the National Award winning film Chandamama Kathalu in 2014 which was directed by Praveen Sattaru. After grabbing limelight with his acting prowess, Shaurya was roped in by actor Srinivas Avasarala for his directorial debut Oohalu Gusa Gusalade which also starred Raashi Khanna. Shaurya is currently one of the prospective talents in Telugu cinema and is being considered by many filmmakers.

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