It seems the star cast of ‘Chanda Mama Door Ke’ want to leave no stone unturned to give a realistic feel to the audience when the film will hit the silver screen. After Sushant Singh Rajput, who reportedly spent days at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) to get an intense training session at its Space and Rocket Centre in Alabama, the other actor of the film R Madhavan has headed to the Centre to take his part of training for the movie. Chanda Mama Door Ke is said to be a first space odyssey of India directed by Sanjay Puran Singh Chauhan. In the movie, Madhavan plays the character of an astronaut. For which, the actor is going through a training session to sink into his character. Sharing the picture while getting familiar with the jobs of astronauts at NASA’s centre, movie critic and business analyst Taran Adarsh said on Twitter: “Madhavan gears for his role as astronaut and trains at NASA for #ChandaMamaDoorKe. Sanjay Puran Singh Chauhan directs. Viki Rajani produces.”
Madhavan, who is currently staying at Alabama, said that in the first few days of the training session, he had been putting on different space suits and learning all about their functionality, according to Mid Day. The report further added the actor saying that he got shocked when he heard how much a space suit costs, but now they have become his toys.
— taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) August 23, 2017
— Sushant Singh Rajput (@itsSSR) August 2, 2017
Earlier, Sushant Singh had gone through a similar training. The actor shared his happiness to be a part of this project. According to Mid Day report, Sushant said that he was an engineering student and the film is giving him the opportunity to put all his studies to practice in this film. The intense training session of Rajput included regimens such as flying a space shuttle simulator and a multi-axis trainer, along with experiencing zero gravity as part of his training, the report added. The actor also shared his picture from of training, captioned: “Living your dream is the walk between what should be done and what could be done using ‘maybe’s as your signposts.”