Karanvir Bohra meets with an accident, here’s the accident pic

Television actor Karanvir Bohra meets an accident while travelling to Bhuj to shoot for a song of his upcoming film, ‘Hume Tumse Pyar Kitna’. His car hit the lamppost while avoid a speeding truck heading their way. The actor was accompanied by actor Priya Banerjee and his sister, Meenakshi. The incident happened at around 7 am near Bharuch in Gujarat. Luckily, all escaped unhurt.

Talking about the same on his social media account, Karanvir confirmed the well-being of all. The actor wrote, “Thank you for all your wishes…[email protected] @shivangibohra and my driver all are fine and in one piece.” Adding to it, he wrote, “Is only god’s grace how the car to the entire impact on itself….really thankful to my soldier of a car.”

Recalling the accident, the actor said, "With the grace of God, there are no injuries except for a slight back pain due to the sudden jerk. A speeding truck was coming from the wrong side and we managed to swerve to the right on to the pavement in an attempt to avoid the truck and hit a lamp post. The speed of the car was roughly 90-95 kms/hr, as I had asked my driver to not drive above 100 kms/hr. Maybe for 50 meters we kept driving on the pavement. The car is completely smashed and it's a miracle we survived. We were actually going to shoot just the title track of the movie and that is all that is left for the film to complete."

Speaking about the movie, Karanvir Bohra said," It's tribute to Sonia and Rajiv Ji's love story, but it's is fiction. Neither does it have any political agenda nor is it an attempt to grab eyeballs. It is a simple story which is made to create a different content for the audience. It is a tribute to love & peace worldwide. This is one such product, may be few year ago it would have been difficult to take such step. But now, thanks to the growing reach of the internet, it is easy to showcase one's creativity so I took this step. I've always been fascinated with classic love stories of the 50's and the 60's. They don't write such stories or make such movies anymore."