Ranveer Singh, who suffered a shoulder injury while shooting a fight sequence for Sanjay Leela Bhansali's 'Bajirao Mastani', is back on the set. However, the actor can shoot for intense action sequences only after two months.
Following the injury, Ranveer was advised three-week bed rest followed by physiotherapy and it took him two-and-a half months to recover. Even now, the actor can only shoot light action sequences. Therefore, Sanjay Leela Bhansali is completing other scenes with him.
A source says, "While Ranveer was away, the director finished shooting with his co-stars Deepika and Priyanka. The actor has resumed work and will begin shooting lighter sequences for now as the doctors have strictly instructed Ranveer to not shoot for scenes which require a lot of hand and shoulder movement. The high octane action scenes will be shot in September. Also, a few shots require harsh sunlight which is also why the intense action sequences will be shot after the monsoon."
While Ranveer remained unavailable for comment, his spokesperson confirms the news and says, "Ranveer will shoot for intense action sequences in September as instructed by the doctors."
Director Sanjay Leela Bhansali says, "He (Ranveer) has started shooting for action sequences."
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