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Ranveer Singh Unveils Emotional Poster of Aadujeevitham

January 17, 2024
Ranveer Singh

MUMBAI, January 17, 2024 — Bollywood sensation Ranveer Singh has revealed the latest poster of the much-anticipated Malayalam film ‘Aadujeevitham,’ sending ripples of excitement through film enthusiasts. The poster, a poignant visual narrative, showcases Prithviraj Sukumaran in the shoes of the protagonist Najeeb Muhammad, providing a glimpse into the emotional depth of the upcoming cinematic adaptation.

Scheduled for a global release on April 10, 2024, ‘Aadujeevitham’ is directed by National Award-winning filmmaker Blessy, making a comeback after a notable hiatus. The film is an adaptation of Benyamin’s Malayalam novel, promising a compelling tale of survival and resilience.

The unveiled poster portrays Prithviraj Sukumaran with tear-filled eyes, clad in an unkempt appearance, bearing visible wound marks. The image encapsulates the arduous journey of Najeeb, hinting at the emotional roller coaster the audience can expect. The film is set to trace Najeeb’s transformation from the lush green fields of Kerala to the harsh landscapes of Saudi Arabia.

The ensemble cast of ‘Aadujeevitham’ includes leading actress Amala Paul, alongside international talents like Jimmy Jean-Louis, K. R. Gokul, Talib al-Balushi, and RikAby. The film’s diverse cast mirrors its universal appeal, reaching audiences across Hindi, Malayalam, Tamil, Telugu, and Kannada languages.

The cinematic brilliance behind the scenes is spearheaded by cinematographer Sunil KS, who aims to capture the essence of Najeeb’s journey. Renowned editor Sreekar Prasad will weave the narrative into a seamless and engaging story. Adding to the film’s anticipated success are the contributions of Academy Award winners AR Rahman and Resul Pookutty, who promise to infuse creative brilliance into every frame.

The unveiled poster has generated a wave of anticipation among audiences, solidifying ‘Aadujeevitham’ as one of the most eagerly awaited films of 2024.

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