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When Madhavan’s father told him he had made a “mistake” that raised him: “He has cried”

by Stewart Cole

Actor R Madhavan recently made an appearance on the YouTube channel Curly Tales, where he talked about his childhood and how growing up and working in different states has made him the person he is today. Madhavan said that since his whole family was working in conventional jobs, he was expected to follow the same path.

Speaking on the subject, Madhavan he said, “The scene from 3 Idiots is right out of my life. My dad and mom really wanted me to come back as an engineer and work for the Tatas and settle there (Jamshedpur). But I knew early on in my life that I did not know what I was going to become, but I knew I did not want to live a routine life living in Jamshedpur and doing the same thing for 30 consecutive years. the father did so easily. They (his parents) were upset, in fact my dad made me cry. And I remember a line saying, “I wonder what I did wrong to you.”

Madhavan made a breakthrough with the movie Mani Ratnam Alaipayuthey. He is known for his appearances in films such as Rehnaa Hai Terre Dil Mein, Anbe Sivam, Rang De Basanti, Guru, 13B, 3 Idiots, Tanu Weds Manu, Tanu Weds Manu: Returns, Vikram Vedha among others.

Madhavan was last seen in Tamil Maara, a remake of Malay Charlie’s Dulquer Salman and Parvathy. He is waiting for the release of Rocketry: The Nambi Effect, which also marks his directorial debut. Madhavan has also written and funded the biographical film, based on the life of former scientist Nambi Narayanan. The film is expected to be released on April 1 next year.

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