In a recent poster that went viral on social media, Madhavan has been seen in the role of industrialist Ratan Tata. Netdunia is already fighting with that black and white poster. Many have expressed interest in whether Ratan Tata is really going to be a biopic this time. And Bollywood actor Madhavan will portray that character on the screen? If this is indeed the case, then there is a part of the netizens who are optimistic that it will not be bad. After such a brawl on Netdunia, actor R Madhavan finally opened his mouth about the issue.
The viral black and white poster tweeted and one of the actor’s fans asked, “Are you acting in Ratan Tata’s biopic, is it true?” If so, this movie could be an inspiration to many. ” Madhavan opened his mouth in response to the tweet of the fan. Saf said that he is not acting in any such movie. Madhavan commented, “Sadly this is not true. He made such a roster because a fan might want it. Talking about such a project is a long way off. I didn’t even think about it. Incidentally, Madhavan was last seen in the southern film ‘Nishabdam’. Which was recently released on Amazon Prime.
One of the most well-known and respected industrialists in India, Ratan Naval Tata is the Chairman of Tata Sons and Tata Group. At the age of 73, Tata heads one of the country’s largest conglomerates which comprise nearly 100 firms with revenues totaling about USD 67 billion. He is also the chairman of major Tata companies such as Tata Steel, Tata Motors, Tata Teleservices. Power, Tata Consultancy Services, Tata Tea, Tata Chemicals, and The Indian Hotels Company.Tata was born on December 28, 1937 in Mumbai, in one of the richest families. His great grandfather was Jamsedji Tata, founder of the Tata group. As a young boy, Tata had a disturbed childhood after his parents split. He was raised by his grandmother, Lady Navajbai in the lap of luxury at Tata Palace. America held a special fascination for the Tata scion and he went to Cornell University to study architecture and structural engineering. Later he pursued a management course from Harvard University.
Tata later paved his way to become the Chairman of Tata Industries and was instrumental in ushering in a wide array of reforms. It was under his stewardship that Tata Consultancy Services went public and Tata Motors was listed in the New York Stock Exchange giving it more international power and recognition. He is credited with leading the Tatas’ successful bid for Corus- an Anglo-Dutch steel and aluminum producer as well as Jaguar and Land Rover brands from the Ford Company.
During his tenure the company witnessed the launch of india’s first truly Indian car, ‘Indica’. The car was the brainchild of Tata. In 2000 Tata’s food division acquired tea firm Tetley for GBP 70 million. In the year 2009-10 the group’s revenues have grown nearly 12-fold, totalling USD 67.4 billion. Tata also serves on the boards of Fiat SpA and Alcoa and is also on the international advisory boards of Mitsubishi Corporation, the American International Group, JP Morgan Chase, Rolls Royce, Temasek Holdings and the Monetary Authority of Singapore.