Prithviraj Sukumaran Starer The Goat Life (Aadujeevitham) to Release Worldwide on 10 April 2024
Aadujeevitham (The Goat Life), Starring Malayalam Superstar Prithviraj Sukumaran, is all set to release in theaters worldwide on 10 April 2024. After a decade-long endeavour, the greatest survival adventure, This Film Is based on a true story
Produced by Visual Romance and Directed by National Award Winner Blessy, the film also features Hollywood actors Jimmy Jean-Louis, Amala Paul, Indian actor K.R. Gokul, and renowned Arab actors Talib al Balushi and RikAby in pivotal roles.
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Being shot in multiple countries around the world, the film is the biggest ever venture in the Malayalam film industry, showcasing remarkable production standards, aesthetic elements, storytelling, aspirations, and acting prowess. With its ace acting and soul-stirring background score, the film is a larger-than-life theatrical experience.
The movie is based on the novel Aadujeevitham, one of the most popular best sellers ever from the Malayalam literary world, which has been translated into 12 different languages, including those that are foreign.
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Penned by noted writer Benyamin, it follows the true story of the life of a young man, Najeeb, who, in the early 1990s, migrates from the lush green shores of Kerala in search of fortune in a land abroad.
Speaking about this Indian film, which is made for a global audience, director Blessy said, “The greatest challenge in front of me was that The Goat Life is a subject with universal appeal, and I would have to stay true to its narrative style.”
“The novel is based on some real incidents, and I want to captivate the viewers with each moment that something unbelievable happened to someone. The truth has never been stranger than fiction. The scale of the movie demands to be felt within the confines of a theater, and we are excited to bring this magnum opus to audiences around the world.”
The Goat Life, Aadujeevitham is all set to release in theaters in Hindi, Malayalam, Tamil, Telugu, and Kannada.