With this, Vedaant has added more medals to his name
Last Updated: 04.16 PM, Apr 17, 2023
Winning seems to be a habit in actor R Madhavan’s family. While R Madhavan has always been delivering ‘winning’ performances on screen, his son Vedaant, on the other hand, has been consistently delivering winning in sports, swimming to be precise. Vedaant has not just participated in many international events, but also has made our country proud by winning many medals, thus bringing laurels to our country.
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R Madhavan’s son Vedaant continued his winning spree. This time round, he went onto register his name on the winners’ list at the recently held 58th MILO/MAS Malaysia Invitational Age Group Swimming Championships. In the said event, Vedaant Madhavan went onto make India and his father and mother proud by bagging as many as 5 gold medals. Needless to say, the proud father that R. Madhavan is, as always, took to social media and shared the achievements of his son Vedaant with his fans and followers on social media.
R. Madhavan took to social media and posted the ‘winning photograph’ of his son Vedaant. The ‘Rehna hai Tere Dil Mein’ actor captioned the photograph stating, ‘“With Gods grace and all your good wishes Vedaant gets 5 golds for India ( 50m, 100m, 200m, 400m and 1500m) with 2 PB’s at the Malaysian invitational age group championships, 2023 held this weekend in Kuala Lumpur. Elated and very grateful. Thank you #Pradeep sir’.
Just like any achiever and winner’s wish and dream, Vedaant too posed with the prestigious Indian flag in one of the photographs. The other photos were of them with his visibly proud mother Sarita Birje and also the total medals that he had won in the 58th MILO/MAS Malaysia Invitational Age Group Swimming Championships.
No sooner did R. Madhavan post his son Vedaant’s incredible feat and achievement on social media, his comments section started getting flooded with congratulatory messages. The ones who wished R. Madhavan on his son Vedaant’s achievement included the music maestro A. R. Rahman, actor Suriya, ‘Master Blaster’ Sachin Tendulkar and many others.