Prithviraj Sukumaran has finally completed the shoot of Aadujeevitham

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Prithviraj Sukumaran has finished filming his forthcoming movie Aadujeevitham after many delays. The actor, who frequently thought of the movie as his ideal project, is beyond thrilled that the movie is now finished despite many obstacles. Sharing some artistic photographs from the Sahara desert and the filmmaker Blessy, the actor wrote, “14 years, a thousand obstacles, a million challenges, three waves of a pandemic…one spectacular vision! Blessy’s #AADUJEEVITHAM … PACK UP!”

In response to the movie’s eventual completion, his wife Supriya Menon, who is funding it, wrote, “Can’t believe this epic journey has culminated finally! All the best to you Najeeb and the whole team! And kudos for seeing Blessy sir’s vision thru! I have seen the endless days of fasting and being hungry to metamorphose into Najeeb! So glad that you and everyone else pulled thru the pandemic and all the other hurdles.”

After almost three years, the film’s production was finished. Due to the COVID-19 epidemic, the movie was put on hold indefinitely. Prior to the COVID-19 epidemic, the filming for Aadujeevitham had begun in Jordan in the year 2020 but was regrettably halted. After continuing the shoot in 2022, the team concluded it after completing the last schedule in Jordan. The multi-talented actor underwent a significant transformation to become the best version of his character for the Blessy film.

The plot of Aadujeevitham was taken from the eponymous book by renowned author Benyamin. The main character will portray Najeeb, a migrant worker in Saudi Arabia. The plot centers on Najeeb’s struggles after becoming lost in the middle of the desert. Along with Talib Mohammad as Senior Arbab and Rik Aby as Jasser, Amala Paul will play Sainu, the movie’s female lead.

Aadujeevitham features music composed by legendary musician AR Rahman and a screenplay written by seasoned author Benyamin. The editing is being handled by A Sreekar Prasad, and KU Mohanan is in charge of the cinematography.