R Madhavan’s directorial debut, Rocketry: The Nambi Effect is ready for liftoff!

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R Madhavan’s directorial debut, Rocketry: The Nambi Effect, is ready for its release, and to build the excitement, the actor-turned-director shared a new poster ofthe film which he also wrote and is playing the the lead character. Rocketry: The Nambi Effect is slated to hit the theatres globally 1st July 2022.

Taking to Instagram, he posted: “NEW POSTER FOLKS — the story of a great scientist, a true patriot, who was turned into a villain in the blink of an eye. Rocketry The Nambi Effect releasing in theatres on 1st July 2022.”

Staged on a mammoth scale, the film was shot in India, France, Canada, Georgia, Serbia, and Russia. It features an ensemble star cast comprising acclaimed international actors Phyllis Logan, Vincent Riotta, and Ron Donachie alongside, Simran, Rajit Kapur, Ravi Raghavendra, Misha Ghoshal, Gulshan Grover, Karthik Kumar, and Dinesh Prabhakar, with special appearances from superstars, Shah Rukh Khan and Suriya.

Tracing the life of Narayanan, renowned for developing the Vikas Engine – one of the most efficient liquid fuel engines in the world today that continues to be a workhorse at The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) in almost every launch with the unique distinction of never having failed. However, the former ISRO scientist and aerospace engineer was inevitably embroiled in a spy scandal. The biographical drama will unravel the truth behind the mystery in an interview by celebrated superstar of Bollywood, Shah Rukh Khan (in English and Hindi) and Suriya Sivakumar (in Tamil) on a TV programme.

Rocketry: The Nambi Effect is produced by TriColour films, Varghese Moolan Pictures and 27th Investments. The film is being distributed by UFO Moviez in India, with Red Giants distributing in the South, and distributed internationally by Yash Raj Films and Phars Film Co.

We have a special message from R. Madhavan especially for BollySpice readers!

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