Prithviraj Sukumaran, director Blessy and the team recently the Jordan schedule of the highly anticipated project Aadujeevitham. Earlier, the 58-members crew was supposed to return back to Kerala immediately after completing the shoot. Recently, the sources close to Aadujeevitham revealed the actual reason behind the delay in the return of Prithviraj Sukumaran and his team.
According to the sources, the 58-members crew will return to Kerala once they receive permission for civil aviation. The team is planning to take the flight immediately after they receive permission. Prithviraj Sukumaran and his team have reportedly shifted their stay from the location in Wadi Rum to a hotel which is located near the Jordan international airport.
From the recently released location stills and videos, it is evident that Prithviraj Sukumaran, director Blessy, and the rest of the team members are perfectly alright. The families of the crew members and audiences were worried for the Aadujeevitham team, after Prithviraj and Blessy revealed that they are stuck in Wadi Rum, Jordan after the country announced lockdown to curb the novel coronavirus pandemic.
The team had begun filming the dessert portions of the movie on March 16, 2020, in Wadi Rum. But they had to cancel the shoot in mid-way on April 1, 2020, after the permit was canceled by the Jordan government. Even though Prithviraj and Blessy contacted the Indian authorities for help, the crew couldn't travel back due to the cancellation of international flights. Later, they resumed the shoot after getting permission for Jordan government once again.
Aadujeevitham, which is an ambitious project for Prithviraj and Blessy, is based on Benyamin's renowned novel of the same name. AR Rahman, the veteran musician will make a comeback to Malayalam cinema after a long gap of 28 years with the project. Aadujeevitham is bankrolled by KG Abraham, under the banner KGA Films.