R. Madhavan Height, Age, Wife, Family, Biography & More
R. Madhavan was born on June 1st, 1970, he is an Indian actor, director, writer, and producer who predominantly appears in Hindi and Tamil films. Throughout his career, he has received numerous accolades. Madhavan rose to fame in Tamil cinema by featuring in Alai Payuthey (2000), a romantic drama film directed by Mani Ratnam.
He subsequently established himself as a romantic hero, playing notable roles in two of the highest-grossing Tamil films of 2001, Minnale (directed by Gautham Vasudev Menon) and Dumm Dumm Dumm (produced by Madras Talkies).
Regarding R. Madhavan’s personal life, his love story with his wife, Sarita Madhavan, is nothing short of a Bollywood movie. After obtaining a degree in electronics, Madhavan started teaching communication and public speaking classes across India. During one of his workshops in Kohlapur, he met Sarita Birje, and the rest, as they say, is history.
After the birth of their son, Vedaant, on August 21, 2005, the family relocated from Kilpauk, where Madhavan’s parents and in-laws lived, to the boat club neighborhood in Chennai. In 2009, Madhavan, along with his wife and son, moved to Kandivali, Mumbai, to concentrate on his Hindi film career instead of the South Indian film industry.
Born on June 1, 1970, R. Madhavan was raised in a Tamil-speaking family in Jamshedpur, Bihar (now in Jharkhand). His mother, Saroja, was a manager at the Bank of India, and his father, Ranganathan Iyengar, served as a management executive at Tata Steel. Madhavan’s younger sibling, Devika, works as a software engineer.
Ranganathan Madhavan was born into a Tamil Iyengar family on June 1, 1970, in Jamshedpur, Bihar (now Jharkhand), India. His father, Ranganathan Iyengar, was a management executive at Tata Steel, and his mother, Saroja, was a manager at the Bank of India. Madhavan’s younger sister, Devika, works as a software engineer. He grew up in a Tamil-speaking environment in Jharkhand.
Madhavan received his education at D.B.M.S. English School in Jamshedpur. As part of a Rotary International exchange program, he was awarded a scholarship to represent India as a cultural ambassador and spent a year in Stettler, Alberta, Canada, in 1988.
Following the completion of his degree, Madhavan pursued a career in teaching communication and public speaking and conducted workshops throughout India. In 1991, during a workshop in Maharashtra, he met Sarita Birje for the first time when she attended his class on the recommendation of her cousins. The encounter marked the beginning of their relationship.
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During the 1990s, Madhavan started his television career as a host on Tol Mol Ke Bol. He also hosted various television shows on Hindi channels and served as a host for cinema award ceremonies. In October 2005, he was announced as the host of the Indian adaptation of the popular American game show Deal or No Deal, titled Deal Ya No Deal, which aired on Sony Entertainment Television.
Madhavan left his position as the lead anchor of Deal Ya No Deal in January 2006, citing his dissatisfaction with the production company’s management of filming dates.
|Movie Names||Character Names||Year|
|Rocketry: The Nambi Effect||Nambi Narayanan||2022|
|Decoupled (TV Series)||Arya Iyer||2021|
|Snehithane X in My Bed (Short)||Madhavan||2021|
|Snehithane X in My Bed (Music Video)||Boyfriend||2021|
|7th Sense (TV Series)||Visually Challenged Cop||2021|
|Putnam Pudhu Kaalai||Voiceover (segment Ilamai Idho Idho)||2020|
|Breathe (TV Series)||Danny Mascarenhas||2018|
|Magalir Mattum||Surendhar Silkurayappan||2017|
|Saala Khadoos||Adi Tomar||2016|
|Night of the Living Dead: Darkest Dawn||Tom (voice, as R. Madhavan)||2015|
|Tanu Weds Manu Returns||Manoj ‘Manu’ Sharma||2015|
|Savdhaan India: Crime Alert (TV Series)||Host||2012|
|The Reluctant Fundamentalist||Bandy Uncle||2012|
|Stars Ka Tadka (TV Mini Series)||Guest||2011|
|Tanu Weds Manu||Manoj ‘Manu’ K. Sharma (as R. Madhavan)||2011|
|Manmadhan Ambu||Madhan Gopal||2010|
|Jhootha Hi Sahi||Kabir (as R. Madhavan)||2010|
|Teen Patti||Professor Shantanu Biswas (as R. Madhavan)||2010|
|3 Idiots||Farhan Qureshi (as R. Madhavan)||2009|
|Sikandar||Lt. Col. Rajesh Rao (as R. Madhavan)||2009|
|Guru En Aalu||Guru||2009|
|13B: Fear Has a New Address||R. Manohar (as R. Madhavan)||2009|
|Naan Aval Adhu||Aditya Ramrajan||2008|
|100 Lies to Hide a Wife||Guest Appearance||2008|
|Mumbai Meri Jaan||Nikhil Agarwal (as R. Madhavan)||2008|
|Halla Bol||Cameo appearance||2008|
|Evano Oruvan||Sridhar Vasudevan||2007|
|Delhii Heights||Madhavan (as R. Madhavan)||2007|
|Guru||Shyam Saxena (as R. Madhavan)||2007|
|That Four-Letter Word||Guest Appearance||2006|
|Rendu||Sakthi / Kannan||2006|
|Thambi||Thambi’ Velu Thondaiman||2006|
|Color It Yellow||Flight Lt. Ajay Rathod (as R. Madhavan)||2006|
|Ramji Londonwaley||Ramnarayan Tiwari (Ramji)||2005|
|Priyasakhi||Santhana ‘Sakhi’ Krishnan (as R. Madhavan)||2005|
|Nothing But Life||Roby Thomas||2004|
|Aethiree||Subramani / Bottle Mani||2004|
|Laysa Laysa||Deva Narayanan (Cameo appearance)||2003|
|Anbe Sivam||Anbarasu (A Aras)||2003|
|Dil Vil Pyar Vyar||Krish Kumar (as R. Madhavan)||2002|
|Kannathil Muthamittal||G. Thiruchelvan||2002|
|Dum Dum Dum||Aditya||2001|
|Rehnaa Hai Terre Dil Mein||Madhav ‘Maddy’ Shastri(Reena’s Lover) (as R. Madhavan)||2001|
|Saaya (TV Series)||Shekhar||1998|
|Shanti Shanti Shanti||Siddarth||1998|
|C.I.D. (TV Series)||Madhavan||1998|
|Rishtey (TV Series)||Priyanka||1998|
|Kabhie Kabhie (TV Series)||Cameo||1997|
|Sea-Hawks (TV Series)||Preet (1997)||1997|
|Ghar Jamai (TV Series)||Malayatoor Subramanian||1997|
|Jeene Bhi Do Yaaro (TV Series)||Guest Appearances||1997|
|Raj Kahani (TV Series)||Double Role||1997|
|Badalte Rishte (TV Series)||Abhilash Verma||1996|
|Is Raat Ki Subah Nahin||Singer at the party (uncredited)||1996|
|Yeh Kahan Aa Gaye Hum (TV Series)||Cameo||1996|
|Hum Dono (TV Series)||Rahul||1996|
|Aarohan (TV Series)||Lt. Shammi||1996|
|Suhana Safar (TV Series)||Not Available||1995|
|A Mouthful of Sky (TV Series)||Not Available||1995|
|Banegi Apni Baat (TV Series)||Ashley (1994-1998)||1994|
|Yule Love Stories (TV Series)||Not Available||1993|
|Food||Thayir Saadham, Pani Puri|
|Actors||Amitabh Bachchan, Aamir Khan, Kamal Haasan|
|Films||Taare Zameen Par, Bajrangi Bhaijaan, Baahubali|
|Musician||A. R. Rahman|
It is reported that Madhavan earned around 2-3 Crores from his brand endorsements and had 64 personal investments. As for his remuneration from movies, he is said to earn around 6-7 crores.
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|Body Measurements||Not Yet Update|
|Birth Place||Jamshedpur Bihar India|
|Eye Color||Light Brown|
|Height In CM||179 CM|
|Height In Meter||1.79 M|
|Parents||Father: Ranganathan Seshadri
|Profession||Actor Writer Television Host Producer|
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