Bollywood actor R Madhavan recently announced his upcoming projects Rocketry: The Nambi Effect, which is based on the life of a former scientist and aerospace engineer ISRO, Nambi Narayanan. The film is directed by the actor itself after Ananth Mahadevan left the project due to unknown reason. Following the announcement, he took to social media to share his look from the project. He captioned the post as, “After 14 hrs on the chair.. Who is who is WHO???” (sic)
After the picture went viral, his fans flooded the actor’s Twitter account with the photo of his look in the film and gave it their own caption. The creative minds of Twitter started a meme fest in no time and it’s too hilarious to ignore.
The meme showcases the situations that have happened with everyone in their day-to-day life. From relatives asking you ‘when are you getting married’ to when a 28-year-old person meets a 22-year-old guy, the memes take dig at all the funny moments of life.
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Madhavan had earlier shared a video post on his Instagram page showing him getting a makeover, and he described the whole procedure as, “When getting in the character take 2 years and getting the look in place take 14 hrs on the chair.”
Talking about the co-director Ananth Mahadevan leaving the film, Madhavan said to The Indian Express, “Ananth Mahadevan is an extremely talented filmmaker. However, owing to unavoidable circumstances and certain pressing commitments, he could no longer direct Rocketry: The Nambi Effect. The film is close to my heart for many reasons. The film is shaping up well and I can’t wait to tell the incredible story of Mr Nambi Narayanan to the world”.
However, the film is a debut for R Madhav as a director and it will be interesting to see how the film will turn out to be. Rocketry: The Nambi Effect will hit the theatres this year and it will be a trilingual project releasing in Hindi, English and Tamil.
About scientist Nambi Narayanan, as a senior official at the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), he was in charge of the cryogenics division. He was falsely charged with leaking vital defence secrets to two alleged Maldivian intelligence officers in 1994 and arrested for espionage. But the charges against him were dismissed by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) in 1996, and he was declared not guilty by the Supreme Court of India in 1998.