Actor Madhavan, whose performances in the 1990s TV shows "Sea Hawks" and "Banegi Apni Baat" were highly appreciated, says he will only consider doing another show on the small screen if the money is good.
"I can think of doing TV shows if the money is good. A film star is a film star, and you can't take that away. Hence, I don't think about money when I do films, but I will do it for TV like the way I do it for endorsements," Madhavan told IANS.
Known for his roles in films like Alaipayuthey, Kannathil Muthamittal, Anbe Sivam, Aayutha Ezhuthu and Vettai, he will be next seen playing the role of a strict boxing coach in Irudhi Suttru.
The sports-based film, produced by CV Kumar and S Sashikanth also features newcomer Ritika Singh and will be released on Friday (January 29th).
Irudhi Suttru will have many premiere shows tonight in the United States. Distributed by ATMUS Entertainment, the Madhavan starrer will have special screenings in as much as 40 theatres in the Land of Liberty.