Shah Rukh Khan's car injures young photographer; actor ensures prompt medical treatment
Shah Rukh Khan's car ran over the leg of a young photographer while he was trying to click him. The actor asked his bodyguard to escort him to a nearby hospital.
It was earlier reported that Sanjay Dutt's bouncers attacked the media as they caused commotion in the streets of Agra. Dutt later apologised for his security guards' behaviour.
Shah Rukh Khan also met a similar fate on 15 March while he was going to his Dear Zindagi co-star Alia Bhatt's residence for her birthday bash. However, Khan handled the crisis extremely well. The Indian Express reports that while his car was approaching Bhatt's residence, some members of the media got very excited and rushed towards the car to click the actor.
A 21-year old photographer, identified by Yahoo News as Deepak Hooda got extremely excited to see Khan. New in the business, he could not contain his excitement and consequently rushed towards the car without noticing its high speed. As a result, Khan's car ran over the photographer's leg, thus injuring him.
Khan promptly came out of the car and attended to the fallen photographer. He assures the other members of the media that he will take care of the situation completely and requested them not to panic. He asked his bodyguard to escort Hooda to a nearby hospital at once. The same report suggests that he not only paid for the medical bills but also arranged for his personal doctor to treat the photographer.
Yahoo News reports Khan also kept a tab on the progress in Hooda's recovery through his team, who stayed with Hooda in the hospital and ensured all arrangements are in place for the photographer's treatment.
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