Another major fire incident has been reported in Bengaluru after a gas cylinder exploded at a film shooting location in Bagalur on Friday, leaving a woman and her daughter dead.
A 28-year-old Sumera and her daughter Ayra (8) were the victims of the cylinder explosion. They had come to watch the film shooting near Shell petrol bunk when the horrific incident took place.
Another minor who was severely injured in the incident and was immediately rushed to a hospital.
According to the reports, the explosion took place during the shooting of a Telugu movie 'Ranam' directed by renowned Tollywood director V Samudra, near the petrol bunk. The movie stunt master Vijay was choreographing an action sequence, while another crew member named Subash was overseeing the site at the time of the blast.
It is alleged that the film crew did not have permission to shoot at the location and following the incident, the crew is reported to have fled the scene.