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Manu Rishi bitten by dog on LIFE KI TOH LAG GAYI set

April 7, 2012 04:35:55 PM IST
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Actor Manu Rishi who just completed shooting for the last sequence of LIFE KI TOH LAG GAYI was bitten by a dog during the shoot. Fortunately, he suffered no serious wound. In a sequence in the film he had to shoot with a dog. Manu, who is a little wary of dogs, wanted to take the dog into confidence and hence used to feed biscuits to the dog regularly.

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A source recalls that, ''On the day of the shot somehow the dog got irritated and bit Manu on his leg''.

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Luckily for Manu the bite wasn't severe and the dog was also vaccinated, so it became a joke on the sets and everyone would burst out laughing when there was a shot of the dog. The whole unit pulled his leg and teased him with the incident.

To the whole incident Manu says LIFE KI TOH LAG GAYI.


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