“Go away you fools” – When R Madhavan mocked SRK and Saif Ali Khan in a funny way

"Go away you fools" - When R Madhavan mocked SRK and Saif Ali Khan in a funny way

Ranganathan Madhavan is a popular Indian film actor, writer, director, and producer. He primarily features in Tamil and Hindi films and has a massive fan following across India. He is popularly known as “Chocolate Boy” for his dashing looks and personality.

He is one of the most in-demand performers in Indian film today. He began his career with serials like Sea Hawks, Banegi Apni Baat, and Ghar Jamai. The 51-year-old has won 4 Filmfare Awards South and 3 Tamil Nadu State Film Awards.

He has been recognized as one of the few actors in India who is able to accomplish pan-Indian appeal, having starred in films from seven different languages, which is quite an extraordinary achievement.

Besides his acting career, he has plied his trade as a writer for his films, hosted TV programs. Moreover, he has been a prominent celebrity endorser for brands and products. In fact, he is also quite active on Twitter. At times, he doesn’t shy away from giving epic replies to the tweets that take a swipe at him.

When R Madhavan insulted SRK and Saif Ali Khan by calling them ‘Fools’ in a funny way

Shah Rukh Khan is popular for his unique hosting skills on award shows. SRK is frequently seen roasting the who’s who of the Indian film industry. He even tried to roast Maddy in a funny manner but the latter’s reply won the hearts.

During an old Filmfare award ceremony, SRK and Saif Ali Khan made some hilarious assumptions about what R in R. Madhavan stands for. Meanwhile, SRK asked “Rated?, Real?. “Really Talented?,” piles on Saif. Meanwhile, Madhavan politely replied “Ranganathan.”

SRK asked Madhavan to teach him a few lines in Tamil in a video clip that is online. Saif then suggested a dialogue from his film Love Aajkal to translate into Tamil.

Meanwhile, SRK had asked R Madhavan “Everybody has to insult us tonight. Would like to insult us in Tamil?” To which he hilariously said, “Go away, you fools (in Tamil).”

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