Malayalam superstar Prithviraj and the entire crew of 58 members including director Blessy who had been stranded in Jordan for the past two months, reached Kochi on Friday morning.The team returned in a special flight that flew back 187 Indians from Jordan to Delhi and Kochi. Immediately, after landing and the following immigration and testing process, we spotted the actor driving his car from Cochin International Airport to a paid quarantine facility in Fort Kochi, where he would be in self-quarantine for 14 days. The others in the team too will be checking into paid quarantine facilities as well as the government-sponsored ones for a fortnight.
The team of Aadujeevitham had been stranded in Jordan due Covid-19 lockdown in the Arab nation since March 16. While they were initially permitted to continue shooting the movie, the permission was revoked by end of March. However, in the past month, the team has finished shooting substantial portions of the movie after the lockdown had eased. The actor's wife, Supriya Menon has penned a heartwarming note expressing her gratitude for the officials and authorities who facilitated the team to return from Jordan.