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Must read! Discover the Bollywood actors who survived car accidents

Mumbai: Several B-town actors have encountered accidents. Recently, it was Malaika Arora who had an accident and suffered minor injuries.

Take a look at B-City celebrities who have survived near-fatal car crashes.

Malaika Arora: The actress had an accident on April 2, 2022. The actress suffered minor injuries and was discharged from the hospital on April 3. A statement from the hospital read: “Actress Malaika has minor forehead injuries; The CT scan went well and she is currently doing well. The actor will be kept under observation overnight and will be released tomorrow morning.

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Shabana Azmi: The veteran actress, in 2020 had an accident on the Mumbai-Pune highway. Later, when speaking about the accident, she told The Times of India: “I passed out. I was told it was a very close shave. Because of the brain injury, I can say that I have a brain.

Mahima Chaudhry: Last year, during an interview with Bollywood Bubble, the actress opened up about her accident while filming the film Dil Kya Kare. “It was the last day of filming in Bangalore. An early morning shoot. I sat in the car. A milk truck was coming from the wrong side and it hit my car. The pieces of glass came like bullets in my face,” the actress revealed.

Hema Malini: She had an accident in Rajasthan in 2015. Her car had hit another car and a two-year-old child who was there in the other car died in the accident. Malini then tweeted: “My heart goes out to the child who needlessly lost his life and to the family members who were injured in the accident. How I wish the girl’s father had followed the traffic rules – then this accident could have been avoided and the little one’s life safe!” She had faced backlash for her posts.

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