Director Blessy and Prithviraj Sukumaran have completed the foreign shoot of Aadujeevitham after the pandemic and several consequent lockdowns. The group had first made a beeline for Jordan in February 2020, preceding the pandemic, and wrapped up its foreign timetable on June 14, 2022.
The first plans of the group didn’t work out with the nation going under lockdown in March 2020 very much like the rest of the world because of the pandemic. The cast and group, however, figured out how to shoot a couple of segments while being stranded in Wadi Rum, Jordan, till April 2020, before getting back to India.
There was a tremendous gap between the first and the last timetable of the film. As a matter of fact, Prithviraj finished the shooting of Cold Case, Bhramam, Kuruthi, Jana Gana Mana, Kaduva, and furthermore directed Bro Daddy between the two timetables. The actor along with the Aadujeevitham team left for Algeria in April 2022.
They had shot for a month in the country before going to Jordan in May to complete the rest parts. On Tuesday, Prithviraj took to his social media page to share that the team has completed the shooting in foreign countries and that he will be heading home now. “What a journey!” he captioned the photo from the sets that he had shared.
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The group is presently expected to shoot for 10 days more prior to wrapping up the shoot of Aadujeevitham, which initially started in 2018 with Prithviraj and Amala Paul. The fantasy project, which depends on Benyamin’s eponymous novel, is made on a big budget plan and will be released in different dialects.
AR Rahman, who had visited the group in Jordan recently, will compose the music for the film. The film is supposed to release on big screens in 2023.