Tiruppur Subramaniam, who is one of the producers for the movie “Master”, thanked the makers of the film for waiting to release the film in the cinema.
Thalapathy Vijay’s ‘Master’ was released on January 13, 2021, on the special south Indian occasion of Pongal and it has been receiving a wave of positive response from the fans. The film got released after a long wait and it has managed to reach its hype which was created by the makers way ahead of its release. Now, Tiruppur Subramaniam, the Head of Tamil Nadu’s Theatre Association and Distribution has announced that he has high hopes that “Master” will cross Bigil’s lifetime gross in Tamil Nadu this weekend.
He also added that “Master” has arisen to be the second-highest grossed film so far after Vijay’s Sarkar. Tiruppur Subramaniam, who is also one of the producers in Master, conveyed how happy he was about the film’s response. He also appreciated and thanked Thalapathy Vijay and the “Master” team for postponing to give the film a theatrical release. Being on the top-grossing list the release was then announced by the makers on Twitter.
Directed by Lokesh Kanagaraj, “Master” features Thalapathy Vijay as the protagonist, while Vijay Sethupathi is the main antagonist. Malavika Mohanan is the main actress. Shantanu Bhagyaraj, Andrea Jeremiah, Gauri Kishan and Arjun Das are the other main actors in the film. The film was originally going to release in the summer of 2020, but it did not happen because of the pandemic. Meanwhile, Vijay’s next project is said to be directed by Nelson Dilipkumar and produced by Sun Pictures.