R. Madhavan, an Indian actor, director, and writer, has an engineering degree from Rajaram College and a degree in public speaking from Kishan Chand Cellerman College, Mumbai.
Madhavan is known for his roles in Tamil and Hindi films.
He gained fame as a lover boy in the Indian film industry.
R. Madhavan was appointed as the President of the Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) Society.
FTII is a renowned institution established in 1960.
Madhavan's appointment followed the end of Shekhar Kapur's tenure as the FTII president.
He received a national award for Best Film of the Year for "Rocketry: The Nambi Effect" and was chosen to lead FTII for a brighter future in Indian broadcasting.