Prithviraj, the star of the season, is all set to play a deaf-mute in his next movie. He is essaying the lead role in Pradeep Nair's next, which is based on the real-life character Saji.
Saji is a deaf-mute young man who hails from Thodupuzha. He made headlines and entered the Indian Book Of Records, by constructing a helicopter on his own. Saji was fascinated about helicopters since the age of 15.
He started researching about Helicopters with the help of books. Saji also personally met pilots and engineers to know more about the construction of helicopters. It is expected to be another challenging character in Prithviraj's career.
The movie will start rolling immediately after Prithviraj finishes his current project Darwinte Parinamam. The actor is reportedly planning to finish the movie before he starts the preparation for his ambitious project Aadujeevitham.
Earlier, Prithviraj had played a mute young man in Viji Thambi's Krithyam, in which he appeared in a double role. Interestingly, Prithviraj is the only actor who has received the opportunity to play several real-life characters on-screen.
Prithvi played JC Daniel, the Father of Malayalam Cinema in Celluloid. He essayed Naxalite Varghese in Thalappavu, and BP Moideen in Ennu Ninte Moideen. We hope Saji to be another turning point in Prithvi's career.