Just last week the Central Board of Secondary Education released the board marks for millions of students across the country. While many are now busy celebrating their marks others have not scored just as well. However, actor R. Madhavan
has taken to Twitter to come to the rescue of those who are disappointed in their board exam marks. On Thursday the actor revealed that he only scored 58% marks in his examinations. The actor also urged everyone to not be disappointed as marks alone cannot hold them back from their dreams.
Madhavan shared a picture of himself from one of his first films when he joined the industry. He wrote, "To all those who just got their board results— congratulations to those who exceeded their expectations and aced it ... and to the rest I want to say I got 58% on my board exams.. The game has not even started yet my dear friends."
"You are such an inspiration to make wonders," wrote a fan, while another follower said, "marks are just numbers.. High number does not guarantee anything in future, low number is not end of life..after all, its just marks.. Life throws googlies at you that you need to learn to dodge ..smartness, loyalty,ethics, hardwork gets u high scores in life, " he added.
On the professional front, the actor is next set to appear in various films. This includes Rocketry: Nambi Vilaivu and Hemant Madhukar's Nishabdham. He is also set to star in Dhilip Kumar's film called Maara.