Entertainer Prithviraj Sukumaran, who has been stuck in Wadi Rum in Jordan for in the course of the most recent two months with the group of his up and coming Malayalam film Aadujeevitham, has uncovered they’ve at long last finished the shooting plan.
Prithviraj took to Facebook and expressed: “Aadujeevitham planned get together.” He additionally shared an image including the whole group. The group is good to go to get back once they get endorsement from common aeronautics service, according to a report by Manorama on the web.
In March, Prithviraj shared how the group chose to remain back in Jordan and keep shooting by taking every prudent step. “We are as of now in Wadi Rum, Jordan and proceeding with shoot. We have chosen so on the grounds that, given the conditions, that is by all accounts our best alternative. There are no worldwide flights working all through Jordan right now, and given the way that we all are as of now here, we can either wait in our camp in the desert which is at present pleasing just our unit, or get out and take shots at our area which is scarcely a couple of moments outside our camp. In the wake of talking with the specialists and experiencing clinical registration for every individual from the unit, we have been given a thumbs up for the shoot as the area and the way toward recording Aadujeevitham is in itself disconnected,” he had posted..
Aadujeevitham, in light of the widely praised eponymous 2008 novel about a mishandled vagrant laborer in Saudi Arabia, is one of the most foreseen movies of this current year. Having been declared with Prithviraj Sukumaran in the main job of Najeeb Muhammad, an Indian wanderer disappeared in Saudi Arabia, the film additionally stars Amala Paul. The movie is being coordinated by Blessy.
The film will check AR Rahman’s arrival to Malayalam filmdom following 25 years. In 2018, talking in Dubai in front of a show which was composed to praise 25 years of his melodic excursion, Rahman said he is excited to have marked a Malayalam film after a long break. “I’m working with executive Blessy for Aadujeevitham; it’s a delightful romantic tale.” he had said. Rahman’s last Malayalam excursion was Sangeeth Sivan coordinated 1992 film Yoddha, which was his second film as an arranger.