R Madhavan and Kangana Ranaut wooed audiences with a romance comedy franchise Tanu weds Manu. The two films that were released with the couple on screen both times managed to garner tremendous acclaim from audiences. However, we didn’t see the return of the third installment, although people appreciated the chemistry between the two. When the hero Madhavan asked who was in the process of advertising Rocket Science: The Nambi EffectHe revealed he doesn’t want to return as Manu.
R Madhavan no longer wants to be Manu in Tanu Weds Manu; says: “There’s no point in hitting a dead horse”
In a Hindustan Times report, Madhavan was quoted as speaking about the third part in an interview with popular YouTuber Jaby Koay Tanu weds Manu. “I think that’s water under the bridge. There’s no point in hitting a dead horse. You know, it’s so difficult to come up with original stuff and then there are expectations of a movie. See, if it’s a sequel to Avengers or a superhero series, it’s easier because you have a template. But with Tanu weds Manu, it is impossible. And I think I’m done with that. I don’t want to be Manu again now,” he was quoted as saying.
For the uninitiated, Tanu weds Manu which was released in 2011, follows the story of the two title characters, how they meet and how complex their love story becomes, which eventually leads to marriage. Tanu weds Manu returns In 2015, they spoke about their life after marriage, which deals with their internal problems and the arrival of another character named Datto, which gives a twist to the plot. While the 2011 release had garnered a positive response from audiences, the 2015 film managed to break records.
Speaking of Madhavan’s upcoming film Rocket Science: The Nambi Effectmarks R. Madhavan’s directorial debut and is based on the life of ISRO scientist Nambi Narayanan. It is scheduled to be released on July 1st.