Actor R Madhavan's 12-Year-Old Son Wins Bronze For India

He won a bronze medal for India in a 1500-meter freestyle swimming championship

Bollywood actor R Madhavan’s 12-year-old son has won bronze for India. Madhavan announced the good news on Instagram on Monday. Vedaant won a bronze medal for India in the 1500-meter freestyle at the Thailand Age Group Swimming Championship 2018.

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A proud father took to Instagram and wrote this about his son Vedaant: “Proud moment for Sarita (his wife) and I, as Vedaant wins his first medal for India in an international swim meet in Thailand today. Thank you for all your blessings”. He wrote the post along with a photograph of his son holding the medal and certificate with the backdrop of a stadium.

Madhavan is known for his roles in films like Rehnaa Hai Tere Dil Mein, 3 Idiots, Breathe among others. The veteran actor was supposed to work in Rohit Shetty’s action drama Simmba, but had to withdraw owing to a shoulder injury for which he has undergone an initial surgery and has been advised rest. Madhavan was last seen in Vikram Vedha, a Tamil venture. His last Bollywood outing was in Adi Tomar’s bi-lingual directorial Saala Kahdoos where he played the role of a boxing coach.

We wish the actor a speedy recovery and hope his son all the best for his future.

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