R Madhavan stated that in their courtship interval, he and his wife Sarita Birje would make out on the seashores of Mumbai. He revealed that they’ve additionally been interrupted by the police and requested to ‘go home’.
Madhavan and Sarita had been in a relationship for eight years earlier than they tied the knot in 1999. They have a teenage son, Vedant, who’s a swimmer.
As Madhavan was driving previous the seashore with a Mashable India interviewer, he was requested if he had any anecdotes about Bandstand and Carter Road. “When I was wooing Sarita, we seldom had a place to get intimate. So, these rocks have many stories to tell,” he stated.
“We started out like any other couple in Mumbai, on top of the double-decker buses, coochie-cooing by the rocks, having a policeman say ‘go home’ and all that. We have really fond memories of this place,” he added.
Madhavan additionally stated that he loved the road meals, together with pani puri and vada pav. “My girth is a testimony of all that,” he joked.
Currently, Madhavan is gearing up for the discharge of the Netflix romantic comedy, Decoupled, which additionally options Surveen Chawla. They play a married couple who’ve fallen out of affection however determine to remain collectively for the sake of their younger daughter. The present, directed by Hardik Mehta, will premiere on December 17.
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Madhavan can be set to make his directorial debut with Rocketry – The Nambi Effect, through which he additionally performs the lead function. While he was initially presupposed to co-direct the movie with Anant Mahadevan, the latter opted out of the project as a consequence of ‘unavoidable circumstances’.
Rocketry – The Nambi Effect is predicated on the lifetime of former scientist Nambi Narayanan, who was accused of espionage.