R. Madhavan Told About His Son, “His Vocation Is More Important Than My Career!” Checkout The Details

R. Madhavan’s son, Vedaant, has started preparing himself for the Olympics in 2026. Due to a lack of facilities in India, the 3 Idiots actor and his family have moved to Dubai to train his son. Vedaant is a national swimming champion, and Madhavan and his wife want to have the best facilities for him. In a conversation with Bollywood Hungama, the actor said, “The larger swimming pools in Mumbai are either closed because of COVID or out of bounds. We are here with Vedaant in Dubai, where he has access to large pools. He’s working towards the Olympics, and Sarita (his wife) and I are right by his side. “

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The actor also talked about his son not opting for acting as a career. He told as parents they would always encourage their child in whatever he wanted to pursue further. The actor said, “He’s been winning swimming championships all across the world and making us very proud.”

The actor also gave advice to all the star parents. He said that they should let their children choose their careers. Adding to his statement, he said he has no regrets that his son has chosen not to be an actor. The Rehna Hai Tere Dil Mein actor said, “His chosen vocation is far more important to me than my own career.”R Madhavan, wife Sarita are complete parent goals as they move to Dubai for son Vedaant's Olympics 2026 prep - Movies News

On the work front, R. Madhavan is waiting for the release of Rocketry: The Nambi Effect. The actor’s most recent project is Decoupled. The series talks about modern-age marriage and relationships. Moreover, the actor also gave his statement regarding new-age marriage and relationships. He said, “I think people are quitting so easily. Priority ki vaat lag gayi hai (nobody cares about priorities). Also, there are so many distractions and pressures, especially put on by corporates and trends. That makes you feel inadequate. It’s undue pressure. I think it’s important to recognize what is important. In the end, it all comes down to a simple life with a companion. I think if we look at the relationship shared by most of our parents, we will see that it’s not so complicated.”

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