Ever since Blessy's Prithviraj-starrer 'Aadujeevitham, The Goat Life' trailer was released in November, fans were eagerly awaiting the announcement of its release date. On Thursday, the makers announced that the film will hit theatres on April 10, 2024. The movie, which is a screen adaptation of writer Benaymin's book by the same title, is a real-life-based story set mainly in Saudi Arabia. Prithviraj plays the lead character named Najeeb in the film, which also has Amala Paul in a major role. Shobha Mohan is also part of the movie. As per earlier reports, the movie was expected to hit theatres in October but it was delayed due to pending post-production works. The movie, announced in 2013, also had to endure many other hurdles like the pandemic during its shooting process.
The storyline revolves around a Keralite migrant worker, Najeeb, who leaves his family and village in search of work. The hard-hitting visuals of the film's trailer, which had a haunting background score, created a perfect backdrop for this thrilling desert adventure survival story. The film has ace crew members like A.R. Rahman, Resul Pookutty, Sreekar Prasad, and Sunil K.S. backing it. In the film's first look poster released last month, Prithviraj was a forlorn figure amid a herd of goats. He looked unkempt and haggard, and the poster had the haunting tagline, 'Every breath is a battle.'