Actor R Madhavan, who made his directorial debut in “Rocketry: The Nambi Effect”, drew the flak after admitting that “panchang”, a Hindu calendar, successfully helped ISRO launch a rocket into space. He spoke about ISRO’s Mars Orbiter mission during a promotion for his upcoming film ‘Rocketry: The Nambi Effect’.
“Indian rockets do not have 3 engines (solid, liquid, and cryogenic) that help Western missiles push into the orbit of Mars. Because India is missing, they use the information in the ‘Panchangam’ (Hindu calendar),” he said.
According to a user who translates the words Madhavan, “Panchangam” removed a celestial map with all the information about the various planets, the gravitational attraction of the planets, the deviation of the solar flames, and so on. Everything was fully calculated thousands of years ago, so the start was calculated with this information from the calendar. “
Shortly after the clip became viral on the Internet, some netizens grumbled, while others shared merry memes, and others confronted Madhavan. Maddy doesn’t seem to explain it well to networkers.
Here is the netizens reaction
Probably there is something that is ridiculous to you. I haven’t seen any ISRO scientists ridiculing him. Moreover, he must have got this information from Nambi Narayanan or Mr Arunan. Why don’t you check with your sources before just tweeting to get a few likes!!!— L (@globalsitizn) June 23, 2022
Madhavan's universe be like: pic.twitter.com/To9vflazx0— Vetriselvan Muthuraj (@m_vetriselvan) June 24, 2022
I'm a little late to this party. Can someone plz tell me what happened?— San-dee (@San_deeKa2Cents) June 24, 2022
R.Madhavan has officially become a whatsapp uncle from a chocolate boy.— sini 🦋 (@siniya_says) June 23, 2022
Madhavan, which premiered around theaters around the world on July 1, said the film had several premieres in terms of the number of screens. ‘Rocketry: The Nambi Effect’ was created simultaneously in Hindi, Tamil and English and will be mentioned in Telugu, Malayalam and Kannada.