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R. Madhavan

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R. Madhavan  is an Indian actor, writer and producer. He has received four Filmfare and Tamil Nadu State Film Awards as well as recognitions and nominations from other organizations. He has been described as one of the few actors in India who is able to obtain pan-Indian appeal, having starred in movies of seven different languages.Madhavan began his acting career with television appearances, most notably in the Zane TV series Banegi Apni Baat in 1996. After appearing in commercials and small roles, he was later recognized in the film industry. tamil. Alaipayuthey love movie (2000).

Madhavan was born on June 1, 1970 in Jamshedpur, Bihar , India, into a Tamil Iyengar family. His father Ranganathan was an executive at Tata Steel and his mother, Saroja, was a manager at the Bank of India. His younger sister, Devika, is a software engineer.  He had an education in Tamil language in Bihar. In 1988, Madhavan was awarded a scholarship to represent India as cultural ambassador of Rajaram College, Kolhapur, and spent a year in Stettler, Alberta, Canada as part of an exchange program with Rotary International. He returned to Kolhapur and graduated with a degree in electronics. During his college years, Madhavan was actively involved in extracurricular military training and at the age of 22, was recognized among the NCC's cadets in Maharashtra, which allowed him to travel with seven other NCC cadets in England.

Profile ( Personal Info)

Real Name : Madhavan Balaji Ranganathan
Age : 50 years in (2020)
Profession : Actor, Writer, Television host, Producer
Date of Birth : 1 June 1970
Eye Color : Dark Brown
Religion : Hinduism
Born In : Jamshedpur, Jharkhand, India
Zodiac Sign : Gemini
Nationality : Indian
Height in Feet Inches : 5’ 10½”
Email Id : Unknown
Phone Number : Unknown

Wife / Spouse / Partner Photos Details

Wife : Sarita Birje (m.1999-present)
R. Madhavan Family Wife Son Daughter Father Mother Marriage Photos Biography Profile

Children Photos Details

Son : Vedant
Daughter : Unknown
R. Madhavan Family Wife Son Daughter Father Mother Marriage Photos Biography Profile

Father - Brother - Mother - Sister -Relatives (Family Photos)

Father : Ranganathan (worked as an executive in Tata Steel)
Mother : Saroja (was manager at Bank of India)
Sister : Devika (Software engineer)
Brother : Unknown
Relatives : Unknown

R. Madhavan Family Wife Son Daughter Father Mother Marriage Photos Biography Profile
Father and Mother

Favorites Hobies

Hobbies : Playing golf, biking
Favorite Color : White, Maroon
Favorite Actress : Deepika Padukone
Favorite Movie : Bollywood: Taare Zameen Par, Bajrangi Bhaijaan
Telugu: Baahubali
Favorite Actor : Amitabh Bachchan, Aamir Khan, Kamal Haasan

Qualification ( Education, School and College )

School : D.B.M.S. English School, Jamshedpur, Jharkhand
College/ University : Rajaram College, Kolhapur, Maharashtra
Educational and Qualification : Degree in Electronics

Marriage Photos

R. Madhavan Family Wife Son Daughter Father Mother Marriage Photos Biography Profile
Marriage Photo


In early 1996, Madhavan worked on a sandal talc advertisement directed by Santosh Sivan, who later recommended it to Mani Ratnam to participate in a screen test for a role in Iruvar (1997). Madhavan was auditioned for Tamizhselvan's leading role among several other more established actors, but Mani Ratnam eventually left it out of the project citing that he thought his "eyes seemed too young" for a senior role.Before his audition, Madhavan was spotted by a television director during a walk in Lokhandwala in Mumbai, and was recruited to appear in Hindi television series, appearing as a crook in his first adventure Yule Love Stories.

He appeared in lead roles in Zee TV's Banegi Apni Baat and Ghar Jamai, while he gained popularity by portraying Shekhar in Saaya. He also served as a sea captain in Sea Hawks, as an inmate in Yeh Kahan's Aa Hum Gaye and worked as a television presenter at Tol Mol Ke Bol among other appearances on television.  His first appearance in a feature film role appeared at Is Raat Ki Subah Nahin (1996), where he performed a singer in a bar.

In 999, the famous Indian director Mani Ratnam chooses Madhavan to appear in the lead role of his Tamil romantic film, Alaipayuthey (2000), and the critical and commercial success of the film gives Madhavan his breakthrough as an actor. Representing the character of Karthik Varadharajan, a young husband struggling with his marriage, Madhavan revealed that he has studied the technical aspects of the film's production and has learned the whole scenario of the film, whether or not it is in the film. scene.

He became the first star actor to be portrayed by Mani Ratnam in the lead role of a film, and revealed that when he discovered he was going to work with the director, he was overwhelmed by a "mix of excitement , of fear and fear. expectations. "

Madhavan with co-star Kangana Ranaut at a promotional event for Tanu Weds Manu, 2011
Madhavan has been acclaimed for playing the role of an engineer who lives mysterious events in Vikram Kumar's bilingual horror film, Yavarum Nalam (2009). The film, which became a commercial and critical hit, prompted a Times of India critic to suggest "he wore the film on his shoulders" while he was also nominated in the "Best Actor" category at the Vijay Awards [70]. His next two films, the romantic comedy Guru En Aalu (2009) and the action film Sikandar (2009) in which he played a supporting role for an army officer, both received mixed reviews. Madhavan then performed one of Rajkumar Hirani's three main roles, 3 Idiots (2009), alongside Aamir Khan and Sharman Joshi. After its release, the film received positive reviews and became the most profitable Indian film of all time, before being overtaken in 2013.

Madhavan then worked on a web series for Amazon titled Breathe, which was published in January 2018. Madhavan later revealed that he was initially skeptical about the format of the web-series, but was "totally blown away" by the scenario of the Mayank Sharma series and decided to agree to work on the project, despite his commitments for the filming of Vikram Vedha. For Breathe, Madhavan has studied his own experience as a father in addition to researching the complexities surrounding organ donation.

Madhavan was first credited as a member of the technical team for her work in Ramji Londonwaley, an adaptation of her Tamil film Nala Damayanthi. In addition to representing the lead role, Madhavan worked on the film as a screenwriter and played an active role in determining the film's team.

In October 2007, Madhavan founded the production company Leukos Films and therefore bought the rights to his film, Evano Oruvan, from producers Abbas-Mustan and K. Sera Sera.

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