Prabhas Has Very Special Message for Prithviraj on Aadujeevitham Release Day: ‘I Know How Hard…’

Prabhas Has Very Special Message for Prithviraj on Aadujeevitham Release Day: 'I Know How Hard...'
Prabhas gives a shout-out to Prithviraj on Aadujeevitham release day.

Prabhas gives a shout-out to Prithviraj on Aadujeevitham release day.

Telugu star Prabhas gives a shout-out to close friend Prithviraj on Aadujeevitham release day. Check out his special message here.

Malayalam superstar Prithviraj Sukumaran has been receiving rave reviews for his latest film Aadujeevitham aka Goat Life, which releases in theatres today. The film, which had been in the making for 16 years, is based on the real-life survival tale of a Malayali immigrant worker Najeeb Muhammad. Prithviraj’s incredible transformation – the actor lost 31 kgs – for the film has garnered immense praise from the audience. Several celebrities including Kamal Haasan, Mani Ratnam and Akshay Kumar have heaped praise on Prithviraj for his dedication towards the project.

Now, Prithviraj’s Salaar co-star Prabhas has shared a poster of the film on his Instagram Stories and wrote: “Keep on shining, @therealprithvi! I’ve seen your dedication firsthand, and I know how hard you have worked on this film. Here’s to many more well-deserved victories ahead!”

Earlier too, Prabhas had given a shout-out to his “brother” Prithviraj on Instagram Stories. He’d written: “My brother @therealprithvi, what have you done!!! I can’t believe it’s the same person who played Varadharaja Mannar. Congrats and all the best, brother. Looking forward to #TheGoatLife with lots of love. Blockbuster is loading.” In his response, Prithviraj said, “Thank you Deva! See you in the battlefield soon #Shourangyaparvam,” referring to the sequel of their film Salaar.

A screenshot of Prabhas’ Instagram story.

Meanwhile, News18 Showsha rated Aadujeevitham 3/5. A part of our review stated, “A 3-hour long saga, the film takes off slowly giving enough glimpses and backstory of the lead character and how he ends up in the vast deserts of Masara, Saudi Arabia. Surrounded by dunes and only goats and camels to interact with, Najeeb is stranded in a desolate village where he is tortured brutally as a slave. The original story, which Benyamin penned in his popular novel, The Goat Days, has 43 chapters, and it is understandably difficult to translate the story exactly into a 3-hour film. Hence, there are certain aspects that the movie misses out on, which would have given some more emotional quotient to the viewer.”

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