Major fire breaks out at Mumbai studio
A major fire broke out at a film studio in India’s financial capital Mumbai on Friday (January 19).
Reportedly, a firefighter was injured while trying to douse the blaze that broke out at the fourth floor of Navrang Studio in Lower Parel area at around 1 am (GMT 0730). About 12 fire engines have been rushed to the spot.
Deputy Chief Fire Officer, Mumbai Fire Brigade, R. Chaudhary, said the building had been closed for 20 years. The cause of the fire is not yet known.
This incident comes less than a month after 14 people were killed in a massive fire at the city’s Kamala Mills compound, which is in the same locality.