Prithviraj Sukumaran dedication for The Goat Life naked scene?

on Apr 3, 2024

Prithviraj Sukumaran dedication for The Goat Life naked scene?

Malayalam star Prithviraj Sukumaran's movie "The Goat Life" is released in Malayalam, along with Hindi, Telugu, Tamil, and Kannada languages on March 28th and received good success. Based on Benjamin's novel "Goat Days," the film is directed by award-winning director Blessy and produced by Visual Romance banner as a prestigious project in the Malayalam film industry.

Prithviraj Sukumaran is one of the best actor and dedicated too. He gave his life for the Najeeb role. He travelled with the film for 16 years. Actors give it their all to achieve perfection, and sometimes, these efforts can be disturbing to fans, too. Cinematographer Sunil KS, who worked on the latest sensation, The Goat Life, revealed the kind of hard work put in by Prithviraj Sukumaran.

KS Sunil said, “For the naked scene, Prithviraj fasted for three days, and he didn’t even take water the day before the shoot. On the day of the shoot, he drank 30 ML vodka to drain the remaining water from his body. Prithviraj was carried in a chair to the location, and we had to lift him from the chair before the shot.”

These words by Sunil are spreading like wildfire on social media. Netizens and movie buffs are in awe of Pritvhiraj’s dedication, and they are appreciating the versatile actor for his endeavors. Prithviraj’s efforts are getting paid off as the movie is on course to become the fastest 100 crore grosser in Mollywood history.

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