"Apart For Now, Together Forever": Actor Prithviraj Sukumaran, Locked Down In Jordan, Shares Adorable Anniversary Post For Wife Supriya

"First time in 9 years that we are spending the day apart!" wrote the actor's wife on social media

'Apart For Now, Together Forever': Actor Prithviraj Sukumaran, Locked Down In Jordan, Shares Adorable Anniversary Post For Wife Supriya

Supriya Menon Prithviraj shared this photo. (Image courtesy: supriyamenonprithviraj)

Highlights

  • Prithviraj Sukumaran and his wife wished each other on anniversary
  • The shared loved-up posts for each other
  • "Love in the time of corona," wrote the actor
New Delhi:

On their 9th wedding anniversary, south star Prithviraj Sukumaran shared a loved-up post for his wife Supriya on Saturday. The Indian Rupee actor is currently stranded in Jordan's Wadi Rum desert, where he went to shoot his new Malayalam film Aadujeevitham, due to the coronavirus outbreak. Sharing a recent photograph of himself and Supriya, Prithviraj Sukumaran wished his wife in the sweetest way possible on social media. He wrote: "9 years. Apart for now...together forever!" and added the hashtag #LoveInTheTimeOfCorona. Supriya's anniversary post featured a million-dollar picture of the couple from their wedding album, in which they look straight out of a fairy tale. She also accompanied her post with a heartfelt note, in which she revealed that this is the first time the couple are not celebrating their anniversary together. "Happy 9th anniversary, Prithviraj! First time in 9 years that we are spending the day apart! But what do? Waiting for you to come back soon and make this up to me!" she wrote.

First, take a look at Prithviraj Sukumaran's post here:

Now here's what the actor's wife Supriya shared:

Earlier, the actor shared an update about his condition in the Arab nation, where a curfew was imposed last month, and said that he would return to India "at the first available opportunity." An excerpt from his post read: "We have a doctor in our team who's carrying out medical check-ups for each member of the crew every 72 hours, and we are also subjected to periodic check-ups by a government-appointed Jordanian doctor." Read his full post here:

On the work front, Prithviraj Sukumaran has worked in several blockbusters such as Stop Violence, Nandanam, Classmates, Puthiya Mukham, Ayalum Njanum Thammil, Celluloid and many others. In 2011, his film Indian Rupee won the National Film Award for the Best Feature Film. He was last seen in Driving License.