Actor R Madhavan is basking within the success of his most smartly-liked web sequence Decoupled. It has reportedly change into the #1 Indian web sequence on Netflix in no longer as a lot as 72 hours.
Taking to Twitter, Madhavan wrote, “With the blessings of the almighty and your entire elders and with the love of your entire of us — #Decoupled becomes the No. 1 Indian sequence on Netflix in no longer as a lot as 72 hrs. I’m so moved to tears and extremely humbled 🙏🙏.”
WITH THE BLESSINGS OF THE ALMIGHTY AND ALL THE ELDERS AND WITH THE LOVE OF ALL THE PEOPLE — #DECOUPLED BECOMES THE NO.1 INDIAN SERIES ON NETFLIX IN LESS THAN 72 HRS. I AM SO MOVED TO TEARS AND VERY HUMBLED🙏🙏 @NETFLIX_IN @manujosephsan @SurveenChawla @sejtherage @chetan_bhagat pic.twitter.com/graGcr4tHY
— Ranganathan Madhavan (@ActorMadhavan) December 21, 2021
The synopsis of the Hardik Mehta directorial, which furthermore stars Surveen Chawla within the lead characteristic, reads, “A misanthropic creator and his startup-founder accomplice juggle their divorce with the absurdities and annoyances of lifestyles in their affluent world.”
Decouple premiered on December 17 to mixed critiques. Khatrimaza.com’s Rohan Naahar wrote in his evaluation, “To be particular, characters would maybe presumably simply even be awful—they would presumably simply even be sexist, classist, racist, abusive, manipulative, whatever—but reviews shouldn’t excuse their awful actions. Arya is let off the hook on nearly every count. On the least director Hardik Mehta and executive producer Vikramaditya Motwane would maybe presumably simply serene’ve identified better.”