My Wife Tells Me To Talk To Her From A Distance: R Madhavan Reveals After Shaitaan Trailer Release, Nothing Is Same At Home

R Madhavan spoke about how the Shaitaan trailer release has personally impacted him and shared her wife's reaction on the upcoming horror film

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My Wife Tells Me To Talk To Her From A Distance: R Madhavan Reveals After Shaitaan Trailer Release, Nothing Is Same At Home
R Madhavan has captivated audiences with his antagonist portrayal in the forthcoming movie Shaitaan, featuring Ajay Devgn and Jyotika. The trailer reveals Madhavan portraying a character who initially presents himself as a friendly stranger entering the life of a joyous family. However, his malevolent nature eventually surfaces, as he hypnotizes the teenage daughter, triggering chaos in the lives of Devgn and his family. ALSO READ: Shaitaan Trailer OUT! Ajay Devgn, Jyotika, R Madhavan Starrer Edge-Of-The-Seat Supernatural Thriller Leaves Netizens Impressed 

During the trailer launch of the movie, R Madhavan expressed, "I cannot convey what an incredible experience it has been, especially with a team of this calibre. I never envisioned that I could stretch myself to a point where it would genuinely scare people. I recall when I showed the trailer and teaser to my wife; she began to perceive me in a different light. Even today, she jokingly insists that I should communicate with her from a distance. So, I might encounter some challenges after this film." ALSO READ: Shaitaan Poster OUT! Ajay Devgn's Intense Fearful Look Impresses Fans; Film To Hit Theatres On March 8 - SEE PIC 




During the media interaction at the event, Ajay, who also co-produced the film, was questioned about why he did not play the antagonist role, leaving it to Madhavan, particularly considering his own portrayal in Kaal (2005). In response, Ajay shared, "When we began shooting, Maddy's first question was, 'Why aren't you taking up this role? Why have you assigned it to me?' I explained that I felt a connection with the father's character, and I wouldn't be able to do justice to the other role, despite it being a more potent character. My preference was to portray the character I felt a connection with."

Shaitaan is slated to hit theatres on March 8.

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