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After Shahrukh Khan; Abhishek Bachchan gets injured on sets of Happy New Year!

Abhishek Bachchan is an out-and-out professional. An insider has told us that the actor hurt his right wrist while shooting for Farah Khan’s upcoming Happy New Year but that didn’t stop him from respecting his prior commitments. Abhishek went on to continue the shoot for his portion of the film and didn’t blow his injury out of proportion! After attending to a couple of other commitments, the Dhoom:3 actor resumed for the shoot. “He does not want his injury to delay filming. The team will ensure precautions are taken and the injury doesn’t aggravate,” added a source talking to a leading daily.

Not so long back, Shahrukh Khan got injured while shooting on the sets of this very film. The team was shooting at a five star hotel in Mumbai when a door fell on him. SRK too was not willing to take an off from the shooting and had returned back to the sets right after getting out of hospital. Jr Bachchan also kept up with other commitments of attending day 2 of FICCI Frames in Mumbai, and right after left for London School of Economics, where he was invited as a keynote speaker at the University’s Economic Forum for India 2014 conference.Talking to a leading daily a source informed, “The doctors suggested that he wear a wrist splint till he recovers.

Meanwhile, For Boman Irani, ‘Happy New Year’ has something “magical” about it and he is confident that the comedy-drama will be a blockbuster.

The film stars Deepika Padukone and Shah Rukh Khan in the lead roles.

The buzz around ‘Happy New Year’ started the day shooting kicked off in Dubai. There is something magical about that film. I don’t know what exactly it is. May be the group of six actors and Farah Khan is magical and there is a great amount of interest,” the actor told reporters here.

“We all know ‘Happy New Year’ is going to be a blockbuster. But how much it is going to touch people’s heart, that we don’t know yet,” he added.

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