Aadujeevitham Controversy: “NO Intimate Scenes Shot With Goat”, Says Blessy

Recently there were rumors claiming that actor Prithviraj Sukumaran had some intimate scenes with a "goat" in film, 'Aadujeevitham-The Goat Life".

The Malayalam film “Aadujeevitham: The Goat Life” has garnered a positive reception from audiences, evident from its Box Office success and engaging content. The film is a survival drama based on the true story of Naeeb, a man trapped in the deserts of Saudi Arabia after being deceived into a job there. Prithviraj’s authentic portrayal of Naeeb has earned praise from both critics and viewers.

Despite rumors circulating about an intimate scene between the actor and a goat, allegedly removed by the Censor Board, director Blessy has clarified in a recent interview that no such scene was filmed.

The filmmaker explained that the book serving as the basis for his film was extensive, to the point where adapting it page by page could have resulted in ten separate movies. Thus, he opted to exercise cinematic liberties in condensing a 43-page book into a film. Although the scene in question was present in the book, it was omitted from the film adaptation. Despite rumors suggesting otherwise, Blessy clarified in an interview with Manorama News that no such scene was ever filmed.

He said, “This is an unnecessary controversy. I’m not sure if someone is deliberately creating these rumours. I hope the audience will distance themselves from such rumours”.

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