The film directed by Madhavan portrays Nambi as the brain behind the liquid propulsion stages.
Directed, produced and written by actor R Madhavan, the biographical drama is based on the life of aerospace engineer Nambi Narayanan.
The biographical drama is based on the life of ISRO scientist Nambi Narayanan, who was framed for espionage and imprisoned in 1994.
Madhavan and Nambi Narayanan's meeting with Rajinikanth comes in the wake of the latter lauding their film on social media.
After a successful theatrical run, Rocketry: The Nambi Effect starring actor R Madhavan will premiere on Amazon Prime Video on July 26, the streaming platform announced on Wednesday.
Veteran actor Anupam Kher said every Indian should apologise to rocket scientist Nambi Narayanan, who was once wrongly accused of espionage.
On Prime Video, the film will be available in Tamil, Telugu, Kannada and Malayalam.
R Madhavan's Rocketry becomes the 1st Indian film to reach a historical number of 10,000 NFTs claimed
Rocketry drove conversations around the story of Nambi and the theme of scientific research extensively through NFTs.
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The outpouring of love from the audiences and stars alike has been overwhelming for Ravindranathan, who plays the role of Param, a scientist in Nambi’s team.
Rocketry feels like it could be our very own The-World-is-Not-Enough-meets-A-Beautiful-Mind. However, that is not the story Madhavan is going for.
Although the premise isn't new, it is definitely promising, but we also see glimpses of Madhavan's directorial style where he ensures the melodrama is elevated among the peripheral characters.
“I don’t think any actor understands rocket science the way I do. I know what the field is, and I have studied it extensively. So, I cast myself," says the actor.
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The actor was speaking about the ISRO's Mars Orbiter Mission during a promotional event for his upcoming film 'Rocketry: The Nambi Effect'.
I hope in the years and days to come other films will do well and another pattern will set in. I don't think we can predict how the audience will react," the 52-year-old actor said.
"There are a lot of good people in the film industry. But, I'm from outside. People have helped me a lot. Just on my request Amit ji (Amitabh Bachchan) or Priyanka Chopra post a tweet."
The screening of the film was greeted with thunderous applause as it received a standing ovation from the full house for 10 minutes.
Madhvan said that India has a rich history of "great traditions and culture that has been exemplary to the world over".
India, the country of honour at the 2022 Marche du Film (Cannes Film Market), marks her 75th year as an independent nation with a six-film package to be screened in the market.
In Rocketry, R Madhavan portrays Nambi Narayanan, a former ISRO scientist and aerospace engineer who was falsely arrested on espionage charges.