Bollywood tadka team. There are frequent reports of animals entering film and TV sets in Mumbai. Recently, a leopard entered the sets of the TV show Neerja: Ek Nayi Pehchan. At the same time, suddenly a python entered the set of the serial ‘Gum Hai Kisi Ke Pyar Mein’, causing chaos there. The actor of the show Shakti Arora gave this information by sharing the video of the occasion and told that the life of stars is not easy. He also told that a leopard also came on the set of his show three days back.
Shakti Arora shared a video of the python entering the set on Instagram and wrote, “Saw this beauty on our sets today and the snake catcher said she laid at least 150 eggs..and don’t worry..she’s safe.” literally abandoned in the wild..
Apart from this, Shakti Arora told that suddenly she saw a python crawling on the set. Later, the forest officials caught the python and released it safely into the forest. The snake was caught in about 10 minutes and the situation was controlled. But, for a while everyone on the set was in a panic. We were told that it is a female python and she must have laid around 100-150 eggs in the area around the set. There are sets of many other shows around the set of our show. It is not that the set of our show is completely inside the jungle. Even before this I have seen a deer once and once a snake crossing the road.
Shakti further said, being an actor is not easy. No matter what happens, the work should go on. It is true that even if we fall ill, we cannot take leave even for a day because it is necessary to shoot. Often we are shooting today for tomorrow’s episode. Actually, there are many such challenges in the life of actors and they have to face them firmly. Being an actor is not just about glamour.
Shakti also told that a leopard had entered the set three days back. Thankfully none of us were there when the leopard came on the set. We are very careful on the sets. I try never to be alone on set. Someone or the other has always been with me on the sets. During night shoots, we are easy targets for these animals.