HYDERABAD: Prithviraj along with a 58-member crew who were stranded in Jordan's Wadi Rum desert for almost three months, returned to Kochi on Friday morning. Actor Prithviraj along with the crew of the upcoming movie, Aadujeevitham were in the Arab nation, when their permission to shoot in the country has been cancelled on March 27 due to the coronavirus outbreak.
After reaching to Kochi, the 'Lucifer' actor took to his Instagram and shared a photo of himself from the airport. He captioned the photo as, "Back and off to quarantine in style". He was seen wearing a mask and hand gloves as mandatory precautions while travelling. Everyone welcomed the 'Driving Licence' hero through Instagram and his wife Supriya grabbed all the attention with her reply to the post. She wrote as, 'Puthiya Mukham' which translates into English as 'New Avatar'.
Supriya, the superstar's wife wrote on Instagram: "After almost three months, Prithviraj and the crew of Aadujeevitham have reached Kerala. They will all be going to quarantine as per regulation. It's been a long and arduous wait but we are really thankful to everyone including the authorities who helped facilitate this return. Personally, we would like to thank all the fans and well-wishers who prayed for us and gave us strength during our time of separation."
Blessy is the director of the film 'Adujeevitham' and it is based on Benyamin's novel. Prithviraj will be seen as the male lead in the film. The story revolves around the Najeeb, an immigrant from India who gets lost in Saudi Arabia. Here is the video in which one could see the film crew landing at Cochin International Airport Limited (CIAL). Just check it out.
Actor @PrithviOfficial, along with other film crew of upcoming Malayalam film 'Aadujeevitham', who were stranded in Jordan, lands at CIAL today morning.— Neethu Joseph (@neethujoseph_15) May 22, 2020
Video credit: Ernakulam PRD pic.twitter.com/kyXK1NMHuN