In a shocking incident, Nagarjuna's renowned Annapurna Studios was caught in a serious fire incident last evening.
A fire broke out on a film set at the Tollywood's famous Annapurna Film Studios on Monday.
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The reports also suggest that two film sets were detroyed completely because of the fire attack.
Hyderabad district fire officer M Srinivas Reddy said that it was a ground plus one floor structure and a part of roof made of iron beams collapsed. TV reports say that the sets have been completely burnt. No casualties have been reported. According to another Fire official, the exact cause of the blaze was being ascertained. The handsome house set that was erected for Manam movie has been used for various other movies. Actor Nagarjuna Akkineni, who owns the studio, said the property damage could be up to Rs 2 crore.
It mainly produces and distributes Telugu films and also provides various production facilities, including sound stages for set construction, outdoor sets, editing, dubbing and digital intermediate suites.