The Department of Non-Resident Keralites Affairs (NORKA) has assisted the 'Aadujeevitham' team. Malayalam film 'Aadujeevitham' has stranded following the coronavirus outbreak. On seeing the position of cast and crew of the film, the NORKA team contacted the Indian embassy in Jordan. The Indian embassy in Jordan has assured NORKA that it will furnish its full support to the team. The Kerala government is giving its full support to the Aadujeevitham team during this pandemic. Now, the Indian embassy in Jordan is taking care of the cast and crew of the film.
Aadujeevitham is director Blessy’s most formidable project. It has been in the making for pretty some time. Director has chosen a desert to capture some scenes required for the film.
The director picked Wadi Rum in Jordan to shoot the scenes. Following the international outbreak of the coronavirus, all nations closed their borders. Due to the outbreak, it is not possible for the team to get back to India. So, the film’s group determined to remain at the shooting vicinity and end the shoot.
“There are no worldwide flights working in and out of Jordan at the moment. And given the reality that all are already here, we can both continue to put in our camp in the desolate tract. It is currently accommodating our unit, or get out and shoot at our place. It is a few minutes outdoor our camp,” Prithviraj wrote on his Facebook account closing week.
Based on the award-winning Malayalam novel of the same title written with the aid of Benyamin. Aadujeevitham has Amala Paul as the woman lead. Oscar-winner AR Rahman is scoring the tune of the film.