Actor Hassan Niazi looked back to an incident that took place on the sets of the film Sherdil as he sat down for an interview in a show.
The hosts investigated Hassan about the accident.
Hassan appeared in The Mazedaar Show where he gave details about the accident and said, “Sherdil was shot in four months with a few gaps and after the shoot, I was bedridden for 11 months. In the last sequence of the film, pilot Arun Virani was hanging. For shooting that scene I was suddenly informed by the crew that this sequence will be shot today. I got excited, wore the uniform, and went for the shoot. I was constantly hanging on the tree for 85 minutes because the drone was having some issues.”
He added, “Later on, I had a bit of pain in my back and I was told that there is some issue in the cervical L5. I continued with shoots and playing cricket and I was limping like a dog because of pain. My friend suggested getting it checked because it looked like something really serious. The Dr told me to get hospitalized, I had my treatment done for 11 months and the dr worked on maintaining my posture. After 11 months I refused to get further treatment and continued having turmeric and milk.”
Hassan essayed the role of Arun Verani, an Indian pilot in the film Sherdil.