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Stunt actor Harrison Ford injured on Indiana Jones sets may undergo surgery
Actor Harrison Ford is likely to undergo surgery for his shoulder injury he suffered in a fight scene he was rehearsing on the sets of 'Indiana Jones 5' last week in London. His earlier disc injury could be interfering with the current course of treatment for shoulder injury. The disc injury from The Temple of Doom shooting was cured with papaya injection, he had claimed: "In my case, it was 100 per cent successful and I was very quickly back on my feet." However, the Government has since banned the drug in the US.

LONDON, June 28: Is actor Harrison Ford being operated upon after suffering a shoulder injury on the sets of 'Indiana Jones 5' last week. He has taken a break from shooting. Ford was rehearsing for an action scene when the mishap took place. Even BBC reports it could not gather where exactly in London the mishap took place although it is known that the fight scene was being shot in Pinewood Studios.

Director James Mangold will continue to shoot as Ford recovers, that may take a month or even more, especially as the disc injury he got from The Temple of Doom shooting scene mishap may be complicating matters. .

The movie is the fifth and the final in the Indiana Jones series which will be released on July 29, 2022 and is yet to be titled. In the sequel, Ford is reprising his iconic role as the fedora- wearing archaeologist. Since the 1981 Raiders of the Lost Ark which was a huge hit, he has been donning the fedora hat and the whip. The current franchise comes 14 years after 2008's Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.

After four shots, this time it is not Steven Spielberg but Mangold, yet he will be around. But Indiana co-creator George Lucas is not involved in the final instalment.

“In the course of rehearsing for a fight scene, Harrison Ford sustained an injury involving his shoulder,” a Disney spokesperson said in a statement. “Production will continue while the appropriate course of treatment is evaluated, and the filming schedule will be reconfigured as needed in the coming weeks.”

The 78-year old highest box office grossing star had on earlier occasions too suffered injuries while filming. He injured his back on 'Indiana Jones and The Temple of Doom,' breaking two discs after riding on an elephant in Sri Lanka. It was then reported that Ford had papaya enzymes (papaya injection) injected into his spine as he went out of action, and the procedure worked, he himself claimed. (Chymopapain is injected into a herniated disc in the spineto relieve stress on nerves. The drug has been banned since.)

Besides, the accident-prone Ford had a leg trauma, breaking both the tibia and fibula, on the sets of 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' (Episode VII) when a heavy hydraulic door of the Millennium Falcon spaceship almost crushed him in the same Pinewood Studios in London for no fault of his. He was also involved in several air accidents while flying planes.

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