Our heartfelt thanks... Blessy.

I am reaching out to express our heartfelt gratitude following the release of our documentary, "Corona Days," which depicts our life and challenges during the shooting in Jordan amid the Covid-19 pandemic. The documentary was assembled using footage from those difficult times, and we want to acknowledge that we may have unintentionally missed mentioning certain individuals and groups crucial to our well-being.


Special thanks go to the Government of Jordan and its people, especially Mr. Sanal Kumar of Classic Fashion Jordan, and our Line producer, M/s Jordan Pioneers - Mr Khalid Haddad for their unwavering support in arranging essentials, shooting permissions, and ensuring our safety. Their hospitality made us feel at home despite the challenges.


We extend our heartfelt appreciation to those involved in ensuring our safe return to India, including V. Muralidharan, Mos MEA, Alphonse Kannanthanam, Late Mr. Oommen Chandy, Ramesh Chennithala, Mammotty, Mohanlal, Suresh Gopi, Sreekumar Menon, Late Mr. Alexander (Delhi), and the media fraternity in India and Jordan. Gratitude also to the Government of India, Indian Ambassador to Jordan Mr. Anwar Haleem, and embassy staff in Jordan, MEA Delhi, Government of Kerala, NORKA, friends, family, well-wishers, and the Malayalam film fraternity for their coordination and support during those challenging times.


If we inadvertently overlooked expressing gratitude to any individual or group, please accept our heartfelt thanks.


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