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Aadujeevitham Crew Including Malayalam Actor Prithviraj Stranded In Jordan Return Home
We already told you that Mollywood actor Prithviraj was shooting for his next titled Adujeevitham in Jordan. The movie is being directed by Blessy.
We already told you that Mollywood actor Prithviraj was shooting for his next titled Adujeevitham in Jordan. The movie is being directed by Blessy. AR Rahman has scored the music in the movie. There was a sudden brake on the production of the movie when countries around the world announced lockdown to stem the spread of the covid pandemic. When that happened lakhs of people were stranded where they were. The same thing happened to the crew of Malayalam flick Aadujeevitham too.
Now with easing of lockdown curbs, countries a repatriating their citizens back home. India too has started the movement of people.
Vande Bharat Mission is being implemented in India in full swing. And in Phase 2, the Air India airlifted some 187 citizens from Jordan. A few among them are said to be crew members of the Malayalam movie Aaduneevitham were stuck in Jordan. Malayalam actor Prihlthviraj was seen arriving at the Kochi airport after spending months abroad.
58 members from the Adujeevitham movie is said to have returned to India after completing their movie schedule there. The Indian Embassy in Jordan shared the news on their official Twitter account.
#VandeBharatMission begins in Jordan, taking back fellow Indians stranded in Jordan by @airindiain flight 1902. Embassy team led by Amb Anwar Haleem all set to welcome and see them off at QAI airport, Amman @DrSJaishankar @MEAIndia @PIB_India @MoCA_GoI @IndianDiplomacy pic.twitter.com/kVvakDTy06— India in Jordan (@IndiainJordan) May 21, 2020