After getting stuck in Jordon for the past two months, actor Prithviraj Sukumaran and the crew of his film Aadujeevitham landed in Kochi this morning

Aadujeevitham's crew will abide by the rules and stay in quarantine for the next 28 days and hero Prithviraj Sukumaran will also do the same.
Written By Manoj Kumar | Updated: May 22, 2020 14:03 IST
After getting stuck in Jordon for the past two months, actor Prithviraj Sukumaran and the crew of his film Aadujeevitham landed in Kochi this morning

After getting stranded in Jordan from the last couple of months, Prithviraj Sukumaran and the other 57 members of Aadujeevitham's team have landed in Kochi this morning. The cast and crew of Aadujeevitham left to Jordon in mid-March. But due to the sudden outbreak of coronavirus and the cancellation of flights, they got stuck there.
 
Directed by Blessy, Aadujeevitham is a survival thriller based on the book of the same name. The crew has planned a lengthy schedule in Jordon earlier this year. They left the country in March and all these things happened in no time. The crew also faced a lot of difficulties while shooting there. They had to follow the restrictions of the Jordanian government to shoot. With the support of the Indian embassy over there, they crossed all the hurdles and completed the schedule a few days back.
 
Finally, they got evacuated as a part of Vande Bharat Mission phase 2. A total of 187 passengers got evacuated with Air India flight 1902. Indian ambassador HE Anwar Haleen bid farewell to all the Indians. The special flight first reached Delhi and then to Kochi.
 
Prithviraj has officially announced his homecoming by tweeting, "BACK! #OffToQuarantineInStyle." All the crew members will now be in quarantine for 14 days. They can opt for a government quarantine facility or they can also choose a paid private facility. After that, they have to stay in the home quarantine for another 14 days, as per the rules of the government.
 
 


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