Prithviraj Sukumaran's "Ennu Ninte Moideen" is still running successfully in theatres across India and abroad even after 80 days of its release.
The film is based on the real life love story of BP Moideen and Kanchanamala that took place in Mukkam, Kozhikode during the 1960s.
The climax scene, in which Moideen dies during the boat accident has definitely brought tears to the eyes of each and every viewer.
Now, the making video of the climax scene has been doing the rounds on social media and the emotional scene was mainly shot in a swimming pool, river and studio room.
Prithviraj is also heard speaking to a young girl: "Don't you want to tell your friends tomorrow that you played with Prithviraj in a pool?"
Meanwhile, the film has already created many box office records and is the first solo blockbuster of Prithviraj in his acting career spanning 13 years.
The film has collected more than Rs 55 crore within 73 days of its theatrical run with a gross amount of Rs 39.89 crore.
"#EnnuNinteMoideen 73 Days Kerala Gross ₹ 39.89cr Net ₹ 31.51cr Share abv ₹16.50cr (B&C centres added) ! WW gross abv 55cr !" tweeted Kerala BoxOffice
Watch the video below: