Raj and DK's latest release 'The Family Man' starring Manoj Bajpayee and Samantha Akkineni is currently creating a huge buzz due to many reasons. The second season received an amazing response from the audience. Each character delivered an excellent performance and won the hearts of netizens. Fans can't stop talking about one character in particular and i.e. Chellam sir. He plays a very small role in the series, and has yet managed to grab the attention of audiences.
The role has been portrayed by Tamil actor Uday Mahesh. His performance as Chellam sir has impressed the audience to the extent that several social media users have demanded that there be a dedicated spin-off series featuring the character. Many think that he is the human version of Google. Vicky Kaushal, too, thinks that Chellam Sir is greater than Google. Recently, taking to his Instagram stories, Vicky wrote, '#ChellamSir>Google.'
For the uninitiated, Chellam sir is a retired member from NIA, who helps Srikant and other TSAC members in Tamil Nadu by providing valuable information. Impressed by Uday Mahesh's acting, Twitterati started a hilarious meme fest on Twitter. One user wrote, 'A character that had roughly 15 minutes or less in a show but had a huge impact on it. #ChellamSir #FamilyMan2.' Check out some posts dedicated to the character.
On the other hand, fans are already demanding the third season of The Family Man. Earlier, in an interview with Zoom, Manoj said, 'There's a lot of work that goes into making a season. I will be very happy if Amazon, and Raj and DK decide to do a season three but before that the writing has to be complete. All the formalities need to be finished. I'm ecstatic that people have started demanding season three. What all season three will have, I myself don't know. I'm waiting for the script to come to me.'
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