After running the necessary tests, doctors said Ananta Jalil received severe chest injuries
Film-star Ananta Jalil has been injured filming in Iran for his forthcoming film, "Din-The Day," a Bangladesh-Iran co-production.
According to sources, Ananta Jalil was filming in a remote hill and desert area in Herat, a city and capital of Khatam County, and has borders with Afghanistan.
He was seriously injured when he fell from a camel's back.
However, he was quickly taken to a local hospital. But due to insufficient medical supplies there, he was taken to Iran's third largest city, Isfahan, for further medical assistance.
After running the necessary tests, doctors said Ananta Jalil received severe chest injuries. He was advised to take complete bed rest for at least two weeks.
After the accident, Ananta came back to Bangladesh. Later, he was taken to Bumrungrad Hospital in Thailand. Currently, he is in the ICU at Bumrungrad.
Shooting of the film has been postponed.
Directed by Iranian film-maker Murtaza Otash Jamjam, the action thriller film is about the destruction of terrorist organization ISIS in Muslim states and it upholds the true values of peace in Islam.
It will be shot in Bangla but dubbed in Farsi, Arabic, and English, for worldwide theatre release.
Cast of the film includes Ananta himself and his wife, Afiea Nusrat Barsha, newcomer hero Sumon Faruk, and many other top celebrities from Lebanon and Iran.
The film will be shot in different locations of Iran, Bangladesh, Lebanon, and Syria.