Madhavan spent his 46th birthday on Wednesday doing what he likes best: Playing golf with his wife Sarita and 11-year-old son Vedant.
Says the actor with a grin, “The three of us drove down to one of Pune’s best golf courses to play on my birthday. We had a ball.” Both Maddy and his wife Sarita are golf pros. And now their 11-year-old son Vedant is also mastering the game. “He plays a very good game, if I may say so myself. Is he as good as me? Not yet,” says the proud father.
Earlier this week Madhavan was in Delhi to anchor the Narendra Modi show to commemorate the completion of two years of the government.
Says Maddy, “Normally I stay away from all political activities. But this was
special. I truly believe that Mr Modi is doing exemplary work especially for the girl child in rural areas. With the building of toilets in rural India, the government has fulfilled a long-existent lacuna in rural India.”
On the career front, after sweating it out to play the retired boxer in Saala Khadoos, Maddy is all set to do another film in Tamil and Hindi. “Life couldn’t get any better. I have a happy family life. My son is growing into a very fine chap and I am on the way to re-inventing my career. In fact, at 46 I feel I have just begun.”