R Madhavan leaves hilarious reply on wife Sarita's romantic pic
R Madhavan left a funny reply on his wife Sarita Madhavan's post about wives being always right. Sarita shared an old picture of the couple on Instagram.
Actor R Madhavan has given a hilarious response as his wife Sarita Madhavan hinted that the wife is always right. Taking to Instagram, Sarita shared a throwback picture of the couple as they enjoyed their time on a ship.
In the picture, R Madhavan and Sarita pose for the camera, sitting next to each other surrounded by the sea. While she wore a black top paired with checkered red and black pants, Madhavan opted for a dark blue T-shirt paired with denims.
Sarita captioned the picture, "Marriage is when one person is always right and the other person is the husband." Replying to the post, Madhavan said, "I totally agree ..even if you are on the right of her ."
R Madhavan and Sarita Madhavan tied the knot in 1999 and welcomed their son Vedaant in 2005. Earlier this year in June, on their 22nd marriage anniversary, Sarita had shared a vintage picture of the couple and captioned it, "It’s been 22 years and you still bring out the child in me. Happy Anniversary honey love you loads @actormaddy."
Madhavan is waiting for the release of his web series Decoupled on Netflix. Last month, he had announced the completion of the shoot on Twitter. “Aaaannnnd it’s a Wrap!!! #Decoupled season 1..," Madhavan wrote alongside a picture of him from the set.
In Decoupled, Madhavan will play the role of Arya Iyer, a writer, whose marriage is over, but he has persuaded his estranged wife, played by Surveen Chawla, to continue living with him for their daughter, who is terrified of their divorce. The series is directed by Hardik Mehta and is produced by Bombay Fables, Andolan Films and created by Manu Joseph.
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Madhavan also has the biographical drama feature Rocketry: The Nambi Effect in the pipeline. It also marks his directorial debut. He made his digital debut with the Amazon Prime Video series Breathe in 2018.