Actor R Madhavan responds to the user for calling him offensive


Actor R. Madhavan has slammed a social media troll for stigmatizing drug and alcohol addictions.

It all started when Bollywood actor Amit Sade tweeted a picture of himself clicked with Madhavan, expressing his love for “Maddy Sidi”.

Commenting on the actor’s tweet, one user wrote: “Maddie was once my heart but now it’s so frustrating to see Madhavan ruin his brilliant career, health and life behind alcohol and drugs. While b-wood got into RHTDM, it was fresh as a flowering bud. Now look at him. His face and eyes, they all speak …!

Madhavan criticized the dwarf, who was described as a doctor. The actor wrote, “Oh … this is your diagnosis? I am worried about your patients. You may need an appointment on documents.”

On the business front, Madhavan recently revealed the trailer for his next movie “Maara”. The Tamil movie portrays the actor as an artist named Maara and it also features Southern actress Shraddha Srinath. Directed by Dhilip Kumar, “Maara” will be broadcast on Amazon Prime Video in Tamil, starting January 8th.

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