Actor Madhavan is very much active in social media platforms and setting it in fire by posting his throwback pictures. He has been described as one of the few actors in India who is able to achieve pan-Indian appeal, having appeared in films from seven different languages.
Recently, the actor posted one his old pictures in his official Instagram account. The post which has 23 year old Madhavan facing at the camera by wearing a round neck white tee. The 49 year old actor posted the picture with a witty caption saying “5000 years ago … 🙈🙈🤪🤪😄😄”
Check out his post below :
Many of his followers, especially girls loved this post of the actor and found it very much attractive which is evident through their comments. Meanwhile, one of a guy said that “he is not straight” anymore to express his love towards the picture of Madhavan.
the comment liked by as many as 195 people and grabbed the attention of Madhavan himself. Check out the screenshot of the guy’s comment below :
Maddy who is known for interacting with his followers in social media platforms, replied to him be saying “ha ha ha how cute…🙏🙏🙏”
After impressing the audience with his versatile acting over the years, actor R. Madhavan is all set to woo fans with his performance in the film the Rocketry: The Nambi Effect. Interestingly, the movie will also mark Madhavan’s directorial debut. The upcoming biopic is based on one of the legendary ISRO scientists Nambi Narayanan and Madhavan has undergone a massive transformation for his role.
Many of his followers said that the actor looks like his son Vedant in the picture. Check out some of the other replies from the actor for the various followers of him including for actress Shilpa shetty :
Madhavan began his acting career with television guest appearances. After appearing in commercials and in small roles, he later gained recognition in the Tamil film industry through Mani Ratnam’s successful romance film Alaipayuthey. Madhavan soon developed an image as a romantic hero with notable roles in two of 2001’s highest grossing Tamil films, Gautham Menon’s directorial debut Minnale and Madras Talkies’ Dumm Dumm Dumm. He worked with Mani Ratnam again in the critically acclaimed 2002 film Kannathil Muthamittal.
Later in his career, the actor achieved many milestones. He shared screen space with legendary actors of India such as Kamal Haasan and Amir Khan. Some of his notable performances are came from movies such as Aayudha Ezhuthu, Vikram Vedha, Irudhi Chuttru etc.