Prithviraj Sukumaran hospitalized after an accident

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Malayalam actor Prithviraj Sukumaran had an accident while shooting his upcoming movie Vilayath Buddha. The actor suffered a leg injury and will undergo key holder surgery today. He will reportedly take a break for a few weeks to recover, according to doctors’ advice.

The Kaduva actor was filming for an intense fight scene on the sets of Vilayath Buddha when he had an accident. The shooting took place at Marayoor in Cochin. The actor was rushed to a private hospital nearby for treatment. He will be operated on today on the advice of the doctor and will rest for a few weeks.

Due to the nature of the injury, Prithviraj is reported to need to take a break of around 2 to 3 months to fully recover. However, an official announcement about this has not yet been made by the actor or the hospital management.

About Vilayath Buddha

Vilayath Buddha is directed by Jayan Nambiar, who previously worked as an assistant to the late director Sachy in Ayyappanum Koshiyum. Vilayath Buddha is the big screen film adaptation of GR Indugopan’s novel of the same name.

Upcoming movies

Meanwhile, at work, Prithviraj Sukumaran has one of the most ambitious films in his career so far, Aadujeevitham. The film was leaked online when the trailer appeared on social media. Despite this, the visually appealing trailer made a big impression on netizens. Based on Benjamin’s best-selling novel of the same name, the survival drama Aadujeevitham is directed by Blessy.

the talented actor-director is also busy with his upcoming Bollywood project Bade Miyan Chote Miyan, in Mumbai. He plays the main antagonist Kabir in the film, with Akshay Kumar and Tiger Shroff in the titular roles. He will start making his ambitious project L2: Empuraan, a sequel to his directorial debut Lucifer, along with actor Mohanlal

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