Fifty days after being stuck in Jordan, top Kerala actor Prithviraj and award-winning director Blessy on Friday morning landed here.
The 58 member crew was stuck in Wadi Rum, a desert in Jordan, as they were shooting 'Aadujeevitham' supported the award-winning eponymous Malayalam novel by Benyamin.
In the first week of April, the film shoot was called off, after restrictions came within the wake of the coronavirus crisis in Jordan, and since then the crew was seeking to return home.
The crew arrived from Delhi on Friday morning and actor Prithviraj after the health checkup at the airport came out and drove away in his car.
According to the health authorities, all the 58 need to be in isolation in their homes for 14 days, following which supported a check up, further protocols are going to be decided.
After finishing the shoot, the crew was trying to return, but was told to attend for the acceptable time.
Following the green signal by the authorities, the crew flew in from Jordan to Delhi and from there they reached Kochi.
Billed together of the most expensive Malayalam film 'Aadujeevitham' tells the story of the lifetime of a person ending up in shambles after reaching the center East and finds himself tending goats in extreme desert temperatures.
When they left from here to Jordan, their plan was to travel to Algeria after finishing the Jordan leg within the first week of April, but COVID spoiled all their plans and therefore the crew was stuck during a plush resort near Rum Wadi in Jordan.
Blessy's past films, including his debut film in 2004 'Kaazcha', 'Thanmathra' (2005) 'Pranayam' (2011) to call a couple of , occupy an area of pride within the Malayalam movie industry .