Irandhir Santos is far from the recordings of “Pantanal” (Globo).
This column of splash found that the actor, who plays José de Lucas de Nada in the second phase of the plot, fell off his horse during one of the scenes and had to undergo shoulder surgery. He was admitted to a hospital in Recife, is undergoing physiotherapy sessions and is expected to resume filming next week.
Irandhir’s downfall, according to sources in the chronicle, occurred during the last cast recordings in the Pantanal region. After the incident, the actor felt severe pain in his shoulder and was taken to hospital in Campo Grande, Mato Grosso do Sul. However, when he learned that he had to undergo surgery, he asked to be taken to Recife, so he could be close to his family.
Searched by this column splash, TV Globo and the actor’s team did not comment on the matter. The space remains open.
Irandhir returned to the “Pantanal” for the second phase after playing Joventino at the start of the plot.
“It’s a soap opera that brings back that memory. And I thought, ‘I want, I want to confront the making of the Pantanal through a rescue and a creation.’ The Pantanal gives me the opportunity to create – I don’t I will never stop creating things that I want to do — and, at the same time, I have a recognition, a tribute to what this story has been,” the actor recently confided in an interview with Quem.
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