Prithviraj’s Aadujeevitham team celebrates birthday of a crew member despite Covid-19 crisis

Prithviraj’s Aadujeevitham team celebrates birthday of a crew member despite Covid-19 crisis

The cast and crew of the upcoming Malayalam film, Aadujeevitham, including actor Prithviraj Sukumaran and director Blessy have been stuck in Jordan for over two months due to the outbreak of the novel coronavirus.

However, now, it looks like the team is having some fun amidst the Covid-19 scare. Pictures of them celebrating a crew member's birthday have found its way to the Internet.

Reports suggest that the production manager of the film, Prince Raphel, turned a year older on May 15 (Friday) and the team celebrated his birthday in a grand manner. They organised a cake-cutting session and hosted a party at the place where they're currently staying.

Earlier, the Aadujeevitham team celebrated Easter and Vishu at Wadi Rum desert camp, where they are currently shooting for the film.

Last month, the director of the film, Blessy, wrote a letter to the Kerala government and the Film Chamber requesting them to take necessary steps to rescue their 58-member team and also emphasised that the team had concerns about food shortage. Now, it looks like the problems have been sorted out and the team is most likely to return home by the end of this month.

Aadujeevitham is a survival drama, based on the best-selling novel, Goat Days, written by Benyamin. The film also features Amala Paul, Vineeth Srinivasan and Aparna Balamurali in important roles.