A video clip from R Madhavan’s #Decoupled, in which he is seen arguing with a man doing Namaz at an airport, has gone viral
A footage from the show just went viral. In the scene, R Madhavan, who plays Arya Iyer in the series, is seen attempting to stretch in a prayer room at the Delhi airport.
Decoupled, a Netflix comedy starring R Madhavan and Surveen Chawla has gotten a lot of buzz for its humorous, offbeat take on upper-class metropolitan living. The show has garnered mixed reviews, but it is generating a lot of buzz on social media.
Footage from the show just went viral. In the scene, R Madhavan, who plays Arya Iyer in the series, is seen attempting to stretch in a prayer room at the Delhi airport.
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Arya Iyer, a prominent novelist, is spotted entering a ‘prayer room’ at the Delhi airport to find a space to stretch because he has been suffering from back discomfort. Inside the room, another middle-aged man is observed doing Namaz. The other individual becomes upset as Madhavan begins his stretching exercises. He comes to a halt in his Namaz and informs Aryan that this is a prayer room, not an exercise room.
Madhavan explains that his back hurts and that he needs to stretch before getting on the plane. He asks the man to be a little more courteous, but the Namaz man simply refuses, telling Madhavan that stretching activities are not permitted within a prayer room.
The Namaz guy even complains to the airport employees, who inform Madhavan that he is not permitted to exercise in that space because it is just for prayers
Madhavan simply begins stretching exercises while singing the Gayatri Mantra at this time. The Namaz guy, who can no longer argue that Madhavan isn’t ‘praying,’ is perplexed and enraged.
Throughout the flight, the Namaz guy is seen to be visibly agitated in the series. He even continues to argue with Madhavan and is nasty to an air hostess who is conversing with Madhavan.
Manu Joseph, a columnist, and writer is the creator of the ‘Decoupled’ series. Chetan Bhagat, the series’ author, also appears in various scenes. The eight-episode series follows Arya Iyer, a misanthropic yet well-known writer, and his wife Shruti, who is also a successful professional. After falling out of love, the couple is pondering divorce. The series follows their lives in a posh Gurgaon neighborhood, as well as the writer’s continuous confrontations with everyone he encounters.