SRK's car runs over a photographer's foot

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A lensman was injured after actor Shah Rukh Khan's car accidentally ran over his foot near in suburban Juhu.

The photographer was trying to click Shah Rukh's pictures, who arrived at actress Alia Bhatt's residence in Juhu last night for her 24th birthday celebration.

As the actor's car approached near Alia's residential building, the four-wheeler accidentally ran over the lensman's foot while he was trying to click snaps.

Shah Rukh immediately stepped out of his vehicle and asked his bodyguard to take the lensman to a nearby hospital.

According to photographers who were present there, the injured person was a new lensman and he suffered minor injury.

"He was a new photographer so perhaps got a little too excited seeing Shah Rukh and couldn't see that the car was very near to him. When the car ran over his foot, Shah Rukh immediately came out of the car along with his team to help him," an eyewitness said.

"SRK then instructed his team to take the injured photographer to Nanavati hospital in his car and called up doctors at the hospital. Nothing major happened to the man but Shah Rukh entered the building only when his car left to the hospital.

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