"For 'Madras Cafe', we have shot the action sequences in Thailand and Malaysia. "We heroes need to be more safer while doing action.
I've broken all my bones. As an actor we are suppose to be fit and fine. We need to be more protective and I am ensure safety measures are taken," he told reporters at an event reacting to Hrithik's head injury while doing stunts for his film 'Bang Bang'. "I am happy that he is doing fine.
Thank God, he is recovering. I feel doing stunts is safer outside than in India," John said. Hrithik was suffering from Subdural Hematoma caused in the brain as a result of the head injury. He successfully underwent a brain surgery to remove a two-month-old clot on Sunday.
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