R Madhavan's 'ROCKETRY: The Nambi Effect' Is Coming To OTT On This Date!

(This article is authored by Alar)

R.Madhavan's debut directorial 'Rocketry', became  a sensational turn-up trump in India witnessed a mass number of fans thronging the theatres and it was lauded by famous actors and film critics. The film successfully filled the box office collection during the theatrical run, now venturing to the OTT platform, Amazon Prime Video, from July 26.

Speaking about the movie's OTT premiere, Madhavan in a statement said: "It's an incredible honor for me to be able to bring this story to life. I'm truly humbled by all the love that the movie has already received and am quite excited to see what new milestones hold next for our film with streaming. Essaying this role and helming this incredible story of Nambi sir was very crucial, and I'm glad that we will be able to reach many more households to inspire, enlighten and entertain through Amazon Prime Video."

Taking to Twitter, Amazon Prime Video on its channel wrote, "hop on for a space adventure #RocketryOnPrime, July 26" 

Furthermore, the former scientist Nambi Narayanan celebrated the film's triumph by cutting a cake with his family. Actor Madhavan has shared photos clicked to this on his social media. He took us to Twitter and wrote "When the Success translates to Happiness and the whole family celebrates together.The true meaning of this photo will only be realized by those who know Nambi sirs family and what they went thru.For me - Mission accomplished with gods grace"

Rocketry: The Nambi Effect is a biographical drama film based on the life of Nambi Narayanan, a former scientist and aerospace engineer of the Indian Space Research Organisation, who was falsely accused of espionage. It revolves around the story of the mental trauma went through by Narayanan's family till his complete acquittal.  While Madhavan plays the lead role as Nambi Narayanan in the movie, Simran plays Madhavan's wife. Surya and Shah Rukh Khan both made crucial cameo appearances in the movie. Produced by Tricolour Films and Varghese Moolan Pictures.