Madhavan on rewriting the script of "Rocketry: The Nambi Effect' after meeting the scientist
Actor Madhavan who is now all set to make his debut as a director with the film Rocketry: The Nambi Effect' opened up about how he had to change the entire script of the movie after he had a conversation with former ISRO scientist Nambi Narayanan.
'Rocketry: The Nambi Effect' is a movie that is based on the life of Nambi Narayanan who was an ISRO scientist and aerospace engineer. The story of the movie focuses on how the scientist fought for years to get justice after he was falsely accused of espionage. The movie has huge expectations as it is based on true events. The film premiered at the 75th Cannes International Film Festival and it received praise.
In an interview with the entertainment portal, actor turned director Madhavan revealed how he got the idea to make the film and how he had to change the entire script of the film after his conversation with the scientist on whose story the movie is based. The actor also posted a long video, a couple of days back explaining his efforts for the movie.
The actor reportedly said that he came up with the idea to make a movie with this story on the day he saw tears in Nambi Narayanan's eyes. He added that he could feel how hurt and devastated scientist Nambi Narayanan was to get a lack of acknowledgment and the embarrassment his family faced because of the false accusation. The actor reportedly said that he decided to make the story a movie when he saw tears in the scientist's eyes struggling to prove the truth.
Madhavan also revealed that he had to rewrite the script of his dream movie after his conversation with Nambi Narayanan. He said that he could hear his scripts being torn to shreds. He reportedly said that only after meeting him, he got to know that Narayanan was a student of a league university in the USA and also had a working experience with the late Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam.