Actress Sonakshi Sinha had a tough time on the sets of "Oh My God" as she hurt her eye while shooting for a song in the film.
The actress was required to shoot for the "Go go govinda" in a three-day schedule, but unfortunately it had to be stalled, thanks to the colours and water used during the song.
"Sonakshi was shooting for the song 'Go go govinda', which was meant to be a three-day schedule. The climax of the song required lots of colours and water. On the last day she severely hurt her eye due to the colours and the shoot had to be stalled for two days," said a source.
Produced by Akshay Kumar, "Oh My God" features the actor along with Paresh Rawal and Mithun Chakraborty in prominent roles. The actress, who is riding high on the success of "Rowdy Rathore", will be seen in "Son Of Sardaar" and "Dabangg 2" later this year.
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