R. Madhavan thinks a well-told story and performances strech out to a global audience
R Madhavan: we am no longer a chocolate boy
R. Madhavan is celebrating success of Vikram Vedha, says all happens for the best
Actor R Madhavan, whose latest showering selfie has got over one lakh likes from fans and followers, says his showering selfie is a bit of an annoyance since he is not used to being called hot. How does it feel to have a new era of girls swooning over your showering selfie during a age of 47?
“The showering selfie was a small bit of an annoyance for me also since we am not used to being called hot. we don’t describe to that. So, after a while we was wondering since we put that showering selfie adult since we don’t demeanour like that all a time,” Madhavan said.
The Saala Khadoos actor says he feels unequivocally flattered. “It feels unequivocally graceful that girls impassivity over we during this age. we only take that with a splash of salt. we am really beholden to them for that and and we venerate them for meditative of me though we can’t dwell on it,” he added.
On a behaving front, Madhavan will be seen in a Hindi space journey film Chanda Mama Door Ke along with Sushant Singh Rajput and Nawazuddin Siddiqui. He was final seen in Tamil crime thriller Vikram Vedha and says notwithstanding confronting hurdles during a release, a film has done history.
Vikram Vedha, that expelled on Jul 21, reportedly collected Rs 50 crore. Inspired from a renouned folklore Vikram Betaal, a probity riddles are practical to a police-gangster scenario. The film also stars Vijay Sethupathi, Shraddha Srinath, Varalaxmi Sarath Kumar and Kathir.
Superstar Rajinikanth too described latest Tamil crime thriller Vikram Vedha, that stars R. Madhavan and Vijay Sethupathi in a lead, a “mass film done with so most class”.