Madhavan Interview with Anupama Chopra | Rocketry: The Nambi Effect | Air France | Film Companion

Madhavan Interview with Anupama Chopra | Rocketry: The Nambi Effect | Air France | Film Companion

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At Cannes Film Festival 2022, for the premiere of his film Rocketry: The Nambi Effect, Madhavan speaks to Anupama Chopra about what drew him to this biopic on the life of Nambi Narayanan, a former Indian Space Research Organization scientist, why he agreed to direct the film and addresses the accolades his son Vedaant has been receiving.

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Edited by: Newel Mathew Sailesh
Lead Producer: Tanvi Ajinkya
Creative Producer: Akshita Wadhwana
DOP: Aashray Rao
Sound Recordist: Kopal Joshy
Hair & Makeup: Sakshi Chandwaney
Offline Producer: Sneha Menon Desai
Offline Asst. Producer: Ayush Gupta

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