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Madhavan’s ‘Rocketry’ Gets A Nod From PM Modi & We’re Guessing It's Going To Be A Super Hit

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Actor R. Madhavan has surprised one and all with the trailer of his next movie, Rocketry: The Nambi Effect.  The movie is not just conceptualised by him and he is not only playing the lead role, this movie is special because this will also mark his directorial debut in the industry. So far, the response to the trailer has been stellar.

While celebs and the ‘ janta’ have given their nods for this one, a very special appraisal in terms of words of appreciation have come his way. The actor recently revealed on social media that he had the golden opportunity of meeting PM Modi and showing him glimpses of his work. The actor is left elated after the PM tweeted words of praise for his work and specially the topic of the movie, a subject which is very important for the people to know about and get acquainted with.

Happy to have met you and the brilliant Nambi Narayanan Ji. This film covers an important topic, which more people must know about.

Our scientists and technicians have made great sacrifices for our country, glimpses of which I could see in the clips of Rocketry.

— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) April 5, 2021

The movie has been inspired from the life of an ISRO scientist named Mr. Nambi, who was entangled in an ugly spy scandal while he was working as an aerospace engineer. The movie is receiving a very positive response in terms of acceptance and an appetite for this intriguing subject. The movie will be released in six languages which include Hindi, English, Tamil and even Telugu. 

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