12 MTV 'Roadies X4' Crew Members Injured In An Accident In Darjeeling

09/02/2016 8:43 AM IST | Updated 15/07/2016 8:26 AM IST
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DARJEELING -- At least 12 crew members of the upcoming stunt reality series MTV Roadies X4 have been injured in a mishap at Pesok Viewpoint on their way to the shoot.

While three were hurt badly in the accident that occurred on Saturday morning, the condition of another crew is stated to be critical.

Bollywood actress Neha Dhupia, TV host Rannvijay Singha and actor Karan Kundra, who will be seen judging the show, have asked fans to pray for the injured.

Dhupia took to twitter and said everything was in control and urged fans to pray for their speedy recovery.

"Sadly, some crew members on MTV Roadies met with an accident, thanks for your concern guys, please pray for everyone's speedy recovery!

"Everything is under control now and in the true #roadie spirit we set back on our journey. Your concern means a lot to all of us! MTV Roadies," she tweeted.

Rannvijay, who has been the part of Roadies for 13 years now, wrote, "Thanks for your wishes and prayers, we all are praying for our brothers who are injured, please keep praying for their speedy recovery".

Kundra tweeted, "Thank you for your love and concern, some of us are safe and some are not please pray for them!"

Roadies X4 will also see Bigg Boss Nau winner Prince Narula as a judge on the show.

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