Prithviraj Sukumaran gets mini gym set up in his quarantine room in Kerala. See picPage Visited: 19
Prithviraj Sukumaran, who recently returned to Kerala after staying in Jordan for two months, had his friends set up a mini gym in his quarantine room at his home in Kerala.
Prithviraj Sukumaran and his Aadujeevitham crew were stuck in Wadi Rum in Jordan due to the novel coronavirus pandemic. The 58-member crew finished a schedule in Jordan despite all odds and headed back to Kerala a couple of days ago.
In a social media post, Prithviraj revealed that he will be in quarantine for two weeks. In a recent Instagram post, he thanked his friends who had set up a mini gym in his quarantine room to keep him occupied for two weeks.
He shared a photo of dumbells arranged in his room and wrote, “When you’re so pumped about getting back into shape that you have a mini gym set up in your quarantine room even before you arrive! Thank you Vibin @fitness4ever.india and @jaish.george (sic).”
Prithviraj and the Aadujeevitham team were stuck in Jordan for two months. Reportedly, the 58-member crew reached Kerala after the government and the Indian Embassy in Jordan arranged a special flight for them.
In an interview, director Blessy of Aadujeevitham said that Prithviraj had lost 30 kilos for his part in the film. He felt that it won’t be fair to make him go through the same process again, which is the reason why they went ahead with the Jordan schedule.
Aadujeevitham is a survival drama, which is based on Benyamin’s novel of the same name. The film, which has music composed by AR Rahman, features Amala Paul, Vineeth Sreenivasan and Aparna Balamurali in crucial roles.
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