Dear Ms. Maadhavi,
Recently I saw a video of your song with Dr. Rajkumar.
It moved me tears! It was a beautiful and a haunting song. You look lovely and stole my heart (I am 68!).
I wish you and your family all happiness.

Letter 41

Dear Madhavi Garu…
I wish you a very happy new year!!!  Such a great initiative you have taken by establishing this charitable foundation. Your daughters are right, the social media platform does great help in reaching out to people. This kind of work should reach the people and it should serve it’s purpose. As always my wishes and my support in any form will be there with you and the foundation…
Loads of love,

Letter 26

Hi Ma’am,
Recently I saw your movie intlo ramayya …. and I loved it. You were looking gorgeous!! You have breath taking eyes and I instantly became your fan. Your chemistry with Chiranjeevi just worked brilliantly.
I searched for your latest interviews on youtube and found tv9 anveshana! Am very happy to know that you are blissfully married and blessed with 3  beautiful daughters. Your eldest daughter Tiffany is a stunning beauty! I am hoping to see her shine on silver screen one day. My parents are huge fans of yours and they both conveyed their love. Would love to see you again on big screen and possibly alongside chiranjeevi again! Thanks for sharing your email and staying connected with your fans! Love u n my best wishes to ur 3 little angels…

Letter 42

Hi Ma’am,
I have watched many Malayalam and Tamil movies of yours. Your acting was superb! I am a great femfight lover. Your fight scenes in HELLO MADRAS GIRL, CITY ROWDY & SANCHALANAM, dominated the male fighters like a boss. Well done madam!!!

Letter 27

Madhavi garu,
My mom’s name is also madhavi ,she is a fan of yours, sings your songs well. Your mathrudevobhava movie, madhavi garu, such an epic movie! Your acting is evergreen, whenever I am upset or deeply disturbed, I watch that movie, it sheds of all the pain inside, thank you for acting in it for us.

Letter 43

Maadhavi Chechi,
I grew up in a small town call Kannur in Kerala in the 90s. Once every couple of years during our childhood, we would visit my aunt and uncle in Vadagara (Kerala) and spend a few nights at their house, visiting cousins, playing board games and engaging ourselves in all things that a set of pre-internet kids would engage themselves in.
One of the perks of visiting my aunt and uncle was that they owned a movie theater, and we would get to watch a movie in the private balcony section of the theater during each visit. It was one such summer, when Akashadoothu came out. That was also the summer when I saw Akaashadoothu for the first and last time.
When I say “first and last time”, it is by no means meant as a diss to the creators, actors and contributors of Akaashadoothu. In fact, it is quite the opposite. The story had been so masterfully woven that It successfully achieved its goal of being the saddest story ever told, so much so that it is basically impossible for me to watch that movie one more time.
Now you might be wondering why I’ve been forcing you to take a trip down my (a stranger’s) memory lane. Well – I have you to thank for that. I was actually getting lost in the wonderful world of Facebook and the interweb, on a beautifully warm Saturday night, when I came  across a Facebook post about a famous Mayalam actress from the 90s who now flies planes. Curiosity got the best of me, and I clicked the bait. And before I knew It, I was deeply immersed in the biography of someone, who to me was (and always will be) “Annie” from Akaashadoothu – the character that was the backbone of Akaashadoothu.
Reading about “Madhavi” and doing a Google search on “Madhavi” is what brought me to this email address. And here I am. I am not sure if this is a real email address. Either way, I would like to say “Hello Madhavi Chechi”. I would love to hear from you.

Letter 28

Hi Maadhavi Ma’am,
I’m Satya from Hyderabad, I watched Interview with TV9, really hats off to you mam, the way you were talking, so confident and happy! It brings a lot of energy to fans like me. You look amazing and gorgeous. During Interview Mr. Ralph Sharma Sir said you are the role model for women and we all totally agree. It was great pleasure seeing you after so many years.
We are really waiting for you to start 2nd innings in movies! we are so happy seeing your Interview and also knowing that you are well settled in USA with a lovely family and Kids. But we miss you and your acting.
God Bless you and your family..
Your Fan,

Letter 44

Dear madam..
Hello Madam ,my name is Rakesh from Chennai. I am your great & Die Hard Fan, love all your movies especially RAJA PARVAI, in that movie you have acted equal to Kamal Hassan Sir, & I have NO WORDS to say about that film & your acting.. Hats off to you ma’am, AWESOME… I don’t have words to express… My best wishes to you & your Family…
Yours lovingly,

Letter 29

How are you? My name Daniel and I live in Canada.  I met my Indian friends today after 30 years.  Most of the conversation was about you and your beautiful eyes and the wonderful movies that you have acted. Have a blessed life. Say hello to all at home.

Letter 45

Hello madam,
How are you ?
Last week I saw your marvellous acting in the Movie Tik. Tik.. Tik..
That Bharatnatyam dance you did was amazing! And I felt really sad that I was not born during your cinema acting career period!! Your Eyes… Floored me… Probably I am as old your children, I shouldn’t say this, but Forgive me, they are simply Mesmerizing…From yesterday I became your die hard fan ma’am.
With Regards,

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