Did Rocketry: The Nambi Effect prove to be an impactful biopic for the Janta to watch? Let's find out!

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Rocketry: The Nambi Effect

Rocketry: The Nambi Effect starring R. Madhavan released in cinemas on July 1. Did the Janta like the film though? Let's find out.

Rocketry: The Nambi Effect is a biopic based on the life of space scientist, Dr. Nambi Narayanan. The film marks the directorial debut of R. Madhavan who also plays the lead in the film. We see Simran playing the role of Meena Nambi, his wife in the film, while Ravi Raghavendra, Muralidharan, Shyam Renganathan, Sam Mohan, and Rajit Kapur also play pivotal characters in the movie. The film is also being highly praised for the cameos of two superstars of our industry aka Suriya and Shahrukh Khan, who play themselves in the story. It follows the journey of Rocket Scientist, Nambi Narayanan and focuses on three major parts of his life. The story is told in a non-chronological manner through an interview with Suriya.

The first half shows his days at Princeton University in the US and how he became the first scientist to study at an Ivy League university. Nambi Narayanan wanted India to become the best at making rockets. The second half follows the custodial tortures he had to face after being wrongfully accused of espionage and the turmoil his family went through, emotionally and physically. Even though a lot of scientific jargon that was used in the film was confusing to follow, his struggles and his fight to clear his name made it an intriguing watch for many.

Here's what the Janta thought of it!

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