R Madhavan to play ISRO scientist! Announces his next titled Rocketry: The Nambi Effect

R Madhavan to play an ISRO scientist in his next which is a biopic titled Rocketry: The Nambi Effect

R Madhavan R Madhavan to play ISRO scientist! Announces his next titled Rocketry: The Nambi Effect Source : Press

As biopics have always been the first choice of filmmakers to depict reality on the screen without perturbing the veracity of the events, the recent trend of biopics has also witnessed fabrication of false content to spice up the movie or to establish an altered image of the personality on the screen.

As per the recent reports, R Madhavan has recently announced his next titled Rocketry: The Nambi Effect, which is a trilingual film to be released in Hindi, English and Tamil. The actor will play the ISRO scientist Nambi Narayanan.

The actor took to his social media handle to announce the same by saying, "There are many personal stories in the world, you would have heard about and many-many more you have no clue about. But there are few stories knowing nothing about which means that you know very little about your own nation. Nambi Narayanan story is one such story because when you hear this man's story and you see his achievements, I promise you, you will never be able to stay silent. Rocketry: The Nambi Effect, for those who don't know will definitely become aware and for those who thinks they know this will be a revelation. See the teaser on 31st of October 31 at 11.33 am sharp IST."

Elaborating about the film, R Madhavan had said, "We are determined to do justice to the extraordinary life of ISRO scientist Nambi Narayanan. He is one of the many unsung heroes of our country who deserves to be anointed with a worthy film. And I can't think of anyone more qualified than my friend Ananth Mahadevan. He has researched Narayanan's life thoroughly before getting down to making the film."

The film is about ISRO scientist Nambi Narayanan, who was falsely accused of sharing space secrets with Pakistan in 1994. However, he was found not guilty by the Supreme Court of India in 1998.