COVID-19: Prithviraj’s ‘Aadujeevitham’ Team stuck at Jordan
A Malayalam movie group of 58 people containing actor Prithviraj and director Blessy are stuck at a shooting setting of their new film in Jordan after measures taken by that nation to forestall novel coronavirus outbreak, film industry sources said here on Wednesday.
They said that the team of the film ‘Aadujeevitham’ (Goat Days), who are held up at Wadi Rum in Jordan, have looked for help from the Indian experts for their safe return to India. “They are not in a trouble condition. They are totally protected at their lodging. The group looked for help from our External Affairs Ministry and Kerala government specialists after they were not permitted to shoot the movie because of check in time forced by Jordan government specialists to forestall episode of COVID-19,” sources told.
Since taking them back to nation at present is exceptionally troublesome because of crossing out of flights, steps are being taken to get legitimacy of their visas (which would get over on April 5) extended, the sources added. The shooting of the movie coordinated by Blessy was slowed down in Arabian desert of Wadi Rum (Valley of the Moon) in south of Jordan because of the flare-up of the fatal infection. The Prithviraj-starrer depends on the novel of Benyamin.
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