17 Sep 2013
New Delhi: India’s largest passenger car manufacturer Maruti Suzuki is all geared up to launch a new special edition of Wagon R featuring the signature of its brand ambassador Madhavan.
09 Jun 2016
Mumbai: Actor R. Madhavan, popular for films like "Rehnaa Hai Terre Dil Mein" and "Tanu Weds Manu", says he is still a struggling actor.
22 Jun 2016
Mumbai: Actor R Madhavan says today Bollywood is facing tough competition not only from regional cinema but also Hollywood films which are taking bigger openings at the box office.
15 Jan 2016
Mumbai: Actor R. Madhavan celebrated Pongal festival with the team of his forthcoming film 'Saala Khadoos'. Madhavan decided to begin the auspicious day by taking his co-star Ritika Singh and the one of the film's producers Rajkumar Hirani for a traditional Pongal breakfast at a suburban South Indian restaurant here.
23 Oct 2015
Mumbai: Actor R Madhavan has denied reports that he has been roped in to play the negative role in the remake of Tamil blockbuster 'Thani Oruvan'.
29 May 2016
New Delhi: R. Madhavan says he is often questioned about his female co-stars walking away with awards instead of him, but the actor is not bothered about it. He says he doesn't opt for films on the basis of the length of an actress' role.
01 Jun 2015
New Delhi: Born on June 1, 1970 in Jamshedpur to a Tamil family, Bollywood's versatile actor R Madhavan turned 45 today. The actor is currently hogging headlines with the success of his latest released hit film 'Tanu Weds Manu Returns'. As the successful actor celebrates his 45th birthday, we bring to you his never to miss list of Bollywood movies:
17 Apr 2016
New Delhi: Country's largest car maker Maruti Suzuki India tightened its grip in terms of best selling cars with six of its models featuring in the the top-10 list for the just concluded fiscal.
08 May 2015
Kolkata: Actor R Madhavan who will be seen in 'Tanu Weds Manu Returns' next, believes in putting himself in the audience's shoes before accepting a role and not for the sake of money.
16 Dec 2015
Mumbai: Filmmaker Rajkumar Hirani revealed that initially he wanted to make the comedy-drama as a TV series with actor R Madhavan. The 2003-film starred Sanjay Dutt as the lovable goon and gave a new life to the actor's career.