Day 19 Box Office Collection for Aadujeevitham: Prithviraj Sukumaran’s Film Brings in Rs 140 Crore

After nineteen days in cinemas, Prithviraj Sukumaran’s survival thriller Aadujeevitham, also known as The Goat Life, has won over moviegoers all over the globe.

The movie, which was directed by Blessy, is an official version of Benyamin’s best-selling Malayalam book of the same name. Even after a two-week run in cinemas, the film’s stronghold has been bolstered by Kerala’s Vishu and Eid vacations.

The survival thriller is being filmed in six schedules in the deserts of Wadi Rum, Jordan; the Sahara; Algeria; and Kerala, India, from March 2018 to July 2022. Sacnilk claims that on April 15, the ambitious endeavor brought in an estimated Rs 1.19 crore net. This raises the film’s overall earnings in India to a net total of Rs 74.94 crore.

Day 19 Box Office Collection for Aadujeevitham
Initially, the movie was released in Malayalam, Kannada, Tamil, Telugu, and Hindi. Nonetheless, the Malayalam translation gained prominence because to the low occupancies in other languages. Currently, the Malayalam version of the film has a notable occupancy rate.

The movie had a 44.65 percent occupancy rate in cinemas on the third Monday. The Vishu holiday on April 14 contributed to its Rs 2.1 crore net box office receipts. The movie raked in Rs 3.65 crore net on Eid. The film’s creators announced a few days ago that it had joined the exclusive Rs 100 crore club globally.

The Creation of Najeeb’s image in the camel’s eye
Speaking to the media about a certain scene from the movie, Prithviraj said that it took the crew and director Blessy many days to get it perfect. “I had told this story at a press conference in Kerala,” the actor said, according to him. The video has a picture of myself reflecting in the camel’s eye.

Thus, there was a moment in which I said goodbye to every animal on the masara—a farm where camels, sheep, and goats are bred. I announce to every camel that I’m going away and won’t be returning. While I feed the camels, I do this. Unexpectedly, the lead camel in the picture halted its meal and turned to face me. “Wow, we should get an opposite counter angle of that, for the camel to do that,” Blessy said.