R Madhavan celebrating his birthday today. He is one actor whose line of works echoes across the whole cinematic industry. Born in Jamshedpur, R Madhavan famous for Rang De Basanti, Tanu Weds Manu series, Alaipayuthey, Anbe Sivam, Saala khadoos while also being part of the critically acclaimed Breathe series on Amazon Prime. R Madhavan worked alongside Aamir Khan, Kamal Hasan, Kangana Ranaut while starring in movies directed by famous directors like Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra, Mani Ratnam. Apart from his excellent cinematic achievements, R Madhavan is well known for his love for motorcycles.
Anyone who has seen R Madhavan movies, you will see his love for motorcycles evidently in the movies that he acts in. A surprising fact for the readers, R Madhavan has added BMW K1600 GTL to his motorcycle collection. BMW K1600 GTL churns out an impressive 160bhp of power and 175Nm of torque. Apart from the BMW bike, R Madhavan has got the exciting Indian Roadmaster Cruiser which costs a whopping Rs 40 Lakh. Indian Roadmaster Cruiser is one of the popular touring motorcycles available in the Indian market with different colour schemes like Thunder Black Pearl, Burgundy Metallic, Pearl White over Titanium Metallic w/ Black Pin, and Titanium Smoke over Thunder Black Smoke w/ Silver Pin. Luxury defined Indian Roadmaster is powered by a Thunder Stroke® 1811 cc Thunderstroke 111, V-Twin engine. The motorcycle generates 138 Nm of peak torque and comes paired to a 6-speed gearbox. Some of its key highlights are adjustable floorboards, heated seats and electronically adjustable windshield with a storage capacity of 64.4 liters.
He is also the proud owner of Yamaha Vmax, a cruiser motorcycle that costs around Rs 24 lakhs (ex-showroom), India. The Yamaha Vmax is equipped with a 1679cc V4 liquid-cooled engine that delivers a maximum power output of 200bhp with 167Nm of peak torque. Another motorcycle in his garage is the Ducati Diavel. Limited in number, Diavel was introduced in the Indian market with a price tag of Rs 19.92 lakh (ex-showroom), New Delhi. It is powered by a 1200cc Testastretta liquid-cooled engine generating 160bhp of maximum power output and 130Nm peak torque. Ducati Diavel is currently discontinued in India but R Madhavan's motorcycle still remains a key attraction to his collection.