Fire breaks out in RK Studio in Chembur


A huge fire has broken out at the famous Mumbai based RK Studio in Chembur on Saturday. "Electric wiring, electric installation, decoration equipment were damaged in the fire", MFB officials said. 6 fire tenders and 5 water tankers were rushed to the spot, suggested media reports. There have been no reports of any casualty or anyone being injured in the accident so far, as firefighters are still engaged in controlling the fire. The fire broke out on the sets of a Television show with the name Super Dance.

RK Studios is owned by the Kapoor family, one of the most illustrious families of Bollywood. RK Studio houses RK Films, a film production company established by, and named after, legendary filmmaker Raj Kapoor.

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The first film produced by the studio was Aag (1948). Thick dark smoke enveloped the entire area as flames swept through the basement of the sprawling studio, where Raj Kapoor, his siblings and children made a number of films over the decades.

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Two small hose lines of six fire engines are now working to douse the fire. The fire will automatically raise high if it is not put off and it spreads across. Finally, only after a detail investigation, we can come to a conclusion for the cause of fire break.

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