Actor Madhavan on Monday shared that he and former scientist Nambi Narayanan met Prime Minister Narendra Modi a number of weeks in the past to talk about his upcoming directorial debut, Rocketry: The Nambi Effect. Madhavan shared on Twitter a number of pictures of himself with the PM and Nambi Narayanan, whose life has impressed Rocketry.
Madhavan wrote that he confirmed the PM clips from the movie, and was touched by his reaction to the visuals and his concern for the “wrong done” to Narayanan.
A number of weeks in the past, @NambiNOfficial and I had the honour of calling on PM @narendramodi. We spoke on the upcoming movie #Rocketrythefilm and have been touched and honored by PM’s reaction to the clips and concern for Nambi ji & the incorrect performed to him. Thank you for the privilege sir. pic.twitter.com/KPfvX8Pm8u
— Ranganathan Madhavan (@ActorMadhavan) April 5, 2021
“A few weeks ago,@NambiNOfficialand I had the honour of calling on [email protected] We spoke on the upcoming film #Rocketrythefilm and were touched and honored by PM’s reaction to the clips and concern for Nambi ji & the wrong done to him. Thank you for the privilege sir,” Madhavan tweeted.
Rocketry: The Nambi Effect relies on the lifetime of Nambi Narayanan, former rocket scientist on the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO). Head of ISRO’s cryogenics division, he was falsely accused of espionage and arrested in 1994.
The movie’s trailer that launched final week presents Nambi Narayanan as an ‘arrogant genius’ who needs to put India on the map when it comes to the business satellite tv for pc market. The trailer showcases how his patriotism grew to become his downfall and he was arrested for promoting plans of India’s area programme to overseas international locations.
Rocketry: The Nambi Effect has been concurrently shot in Tamil, Hindi and English. It will even launch in Telugu, Malayalam and Kannada. While Bollywood celebrity Shah Rukh Khan makes a visitor look as himself within the Hindi and English variations, Suriya will likely be seen as himself within the Tamil half.