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Malaika Arora Hospitalised After Getting Injured in a Car Accident; Here Are the Confirm Updates:

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Bollywood actress Malaika Arora met with an accident on Saturday evening.

Malaika Arora was attending a fashion event in Pune and as per a report in Hindustan Times, the actress’ car met with an accident on the expressway at Khopoli, Maharashtra. Reportedly, Malaika Arora sustained minor injuries and was immediately taken to the Apollo hospital nearby.

“The accident happened at the 38km point on Mumbai-Pune expressway which is an accident-prone area. Three vehicles rammed onto each other and all three vehicles have received damages. The motorists drove away immediately after the accident and hence what kind of injuries have been received is not clear. We are told that all have received very minor injuries," police inspector Shirish Pawar from Khopoli police station said as cited by Hindustan Times.

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While cops are investigating the case for now, an FIR will be filed later. “We have received the registration numbers of all three cars and now we would contact the owners to understand what had actually happened. Currently, we have made a mention of the incident and an FIR will be registered after investigating how the accident happened and who was at fault," assistant police inspector Haresh Kalsekar from Khopoli police station said as cited by Hindustan Times.

Apart from this, a close friend of the actress also informed that she is doing fine and revealed that there were no major injuries. The source further claimed that Malaika will be discharged tomorrow i.e on Sunday. “Malaika Arora is shaken by the incident but doing okay. She has had a few stitches and is doing fine. She didn’t have any major head injury as she had a cushion next to her head. She should be back home by Sunday afternoon.”

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