- R Madhavan shared a post on Tuesday
- He posted a throwback photo on his Instagram story
- R Madhavan will next be seen in Rocketry: The Nambi Effect
There's still time for 'Throwback Thursday' but that doesn't stop R Madhavan from sharing a blast from the past on Instagram. The actor, on Tuesday, delighted his fans by sharing a priceless throwback picture of himself and his wife Sarita Birje and we are sure that it will make you feel nostalgic. Posting the old photo on his Instagram story, R Madhavan accompanied it with a short loved-up note for his wife. In the throwback photo, R Madhavan looks dashing as always in an orange sleeveless t-shirt and denims while Sarita looks pretty in a white top which she paired with what appears to be a multicoloured strappy dress. The actor looks happy as he hugs Sarita and poses for the camera. The caption on his post read: "I knew then... What we know now."
We know what you are thinking - couple goals, right? R Madhavan and Sarita married in 1999. The couple are parents to a 14-year-old son named Vedaant.
Check out the aforementioned post here:
R Madhavan occasionally treats his fans to the throwback pictures of himself but whenever he has done it, he has sent the Internet into a tizzy. Remember his "5000 years old" picture? If not, take a look now:
Last year, the actor posted an adorable picture of himself and Vedaant and wrote: "When the biggest thrill for my boy was to sit on his father's shoulders. Those were the days. Now I think he can lift me like this on his shoulders."
How can we forget Madhavan's picture from his graduation yearbook that stole our heart? The actor spent a year in Canada as part of an exchange programme with Rotary International in 90's. He captioned his post: "Just saw my Graduation yearbook from Canada. A little blown by what I wrote for Ambition (AMB) 28 years ago... The Universe conspires... ha ha ha."
On the work front, R Madhavan will next be seen in Rocketry: The Nambi Effect, which is based on the life of former Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) scientist Nambi Narayanan.