Fire Breaks Out in Annapurna Studio in Hyderabad, no Casualty

Fire broke out at Annapurna Studios

Fire broke out at Annapurna Studios

Apparently, the movie sets that were made of wood, caught fire and the fire spread quickly.

Actor Akkineni Nagarjuna, the owner of Annapurna Studios has rushed to the location immediately. However, by all appearances short circute is suspected to be the reason, he said. Due to the heavy traffic, the fire tenders arrived late and the staff members had to barricade the studio to prevent people from entering. Apparently, the sets that have been burnt into ashes had the house set used in Manam.

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"The Construction cost of the set is around Rs. 2 crore". Whenever we go there, we feel his presence; it's unfortunate that it's no longer there.

"But I'm very happy that none is hurt and after all, it is a set". However, there was no loss of life and no one was injured as the sets were empty. "I would like to thank all media men for your support", added Nagarjuna.

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The exact cause of the fire is still not known. "But I am yet to find information about it". The younger son, Akhil Akkineni confirmed the news when he tweeted - "Unfortunately there was a fire accident in Annapurna studios this evening". He said the memories of his father and legendary actor Akkineni Nageswara Rao were associated with it.

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