R Madhavan says the way superstar Shah Rukh Khan treats his fan is something to look up to.
R Madhavan, who made his Bollywood debut with ‘Rehna Hai Tere Dil Mein’ back in 2001, shared a throwback picture of his on Twitter.
R. Madhavan might be seen essaying the role of a shootout specialist in a yet-untitled Tamil film, which will be directed by husband-wife duo of Pushkar-Gayathri.
Romance has been the most popular theme in Bollywood films but its on-screen handling has changed over the years – from subtle and sweet to bold – keeping with transformation in society.
Mumtaz Sorcar, daughter of magician P C Sorcar-junior, who was last seen in sports drama “Saala Khadoos”, says actor R Madhavan is like a father to her.
Actor R. Madhavan is glad that “Saala Khadoos” is hitting the right chord in different quarters of the society.
Filmmaker S. Shankar congratulated the team behind R. Madhavan-starrer Tamil-Hindi bilingual “Irudhi Suttru”, calling it a “great effort”.
R Madhavan says he would like to see a remake of “Rehnaa Hai Terre Dil Mein”.
Legendary boxer Mike Tyson took to Facebook to share his desire to watch R. Madhavan’s “boxing film” ‘Saala Khadoos’.
R. Madhavan says his co-actor from the “Tanu and Manu” series actress Kangana Ranaut “deserved” awards for sure.
R. Madhavan’s ‘Saala Khadoos’, which is a launchpad of real life boxer Ritika Singh, earned Rs. 3.37 cr. in two days of its release.
R Madhavan jokes that he was never sure whether he would ever get married due to his dark complexion.
“Maddy sir has taught me a lot about make-up, dress up and how to wear all these girly dresses and behave like a girl, be presentable in public,” says Ritika Singh.
Like last Friday’s box-office, this week too we have R Madhavan’s Saala Khadoos stacked against Sunny Leone’s sex comedy Masizaade.
The five tunes in Saala Khadoos, a film starring an extremely fit R Madhavan and debutante Ritika Singh, come with a combination of unique personalities and absolutely, scrappy, nonentities.