Mad­ha­van gets mobbed at a girls’ col­lege

Hindustan Times (Patna) - Live - - Front Page - An­juri Na­yar Singh an­­ ■

Ac­tor R Mad­ha­van (left) at­tended a col­lege fes­ti­val in M.O.P Vaish­nav Col­lege for Women in Chen­nai re­cently.

Al­though the ac­tor was thrilled to see the re­sponse of the crowd, due to their unruly be­hav­iour, the se­cu­rity guards had to es­cort him in­side.

The 46-year-old, who is work­ing on mul­ti­ple films this year, was the chief guest at the an­nual fes­ti­val, where he de­liv­ered a talk on ed­u­ca­tion, ca­reer goals and women em­pow­er­ment.

“It was an amaz­ing ex­pe­ri­ence to in­ter­act with the stu­dents. I was deeply moved by their love and af­fec­tion. It is true that the crowd can get a lit­tle out of hand at such gath­er­ings. How­ever, I like to look at this as love from my fans. These things hap­pen and can’t be avoided,” says the ac­tor, who has acted in films such as 3 Id­iots (2010), and the Tanu Weds Manu fran­chise.

The year 2017 is go­ing to be a busy year for him. The ac­tor has seven films in­clud­ing Munna Michael, Chanda Mama Door Ke and a web se­ries called Breed in the pipe­line. Not just that, the ac­tor will also be pen­ning a book on or­ganic farm­ing soon.

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