Master Tamil Movie Review: Vijay, Vijay Sethupathi, Malvika Mohanan

Kollywood star hero ‘Ilayadalapathi’ Vijay, who has earned a lot of fans with his diverse films and distinctive acting. Having been on the rise for the last few years with a string of successes .. he has created a special place in Kollywood as the top protagonist. Satta is announcing one movie after another. Even though he is a Kollywood hero by name, he has earned good marketing in Tollywood by releasing every one of his films in the Telugu states.

The order came to the audience drug on Wednesday during the wallpaper with the movie Master. Usually, Vijay movie means craze is huge among the fans. Such is the case with the screen sharing of 'Makkal Selvan' Vijay Sethupathi along with Vijay in this film and the expectations of the fans in the Kollywood industry have reached the peaks. To what extent did Master receive more fan margins? Did Vijay continue his winning streak? Let's see in the review.

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Bhavani (Vijay Sethupathi) is a notorious rowdy in Warangal. People do not know much about how he is but .. the whole district knows his fear. He sees himself growing politically, supplying narcotics in lorries. As part of that, Larry first wants to be president of the union. Larry plans to assassinate rivals and unanimously become union president.

Meanwhile, the Jedi (Vijay) is a college professor with no rules. Addicted to alcohol turns into a headache for fellow staff. Even if he is not liked by his fellow staff ... he is the hero for the students. Without the Jedi Sir, no activities would take place in the college. Students are ready to do anything for him. Such a Jedi has to teach lessons to juvenile delinquents in Warangal for some reason. The Jedi who went there reluctantly... An unexpected event occurs in the beginning. In Ikram, the Jedi are indirectly fighting for Bhavan. What is the relationship between Bhavani and the actual juvenile offenders? Jedi addicted to alcohol... Why did he stop drinking on the platform and try to save the children? The rest is the story of how the Jedi overthrew the empire established by Bhavani.


Vijay went on to become a college professor with no rules. He proved once again that he does not turn to entertaining mass audiences with style and action. And Vijay Sethupathi became involved in the character as usual. He excelled as a savage who would do any injustice for his upbringing. In acting, the two competed as if they were Saati. Everyone who has seen the film will never forget Bhavani's character. Vijay Sethupathi played the role of the villain so much. Malvika Mohan impressed in the role of Charu. Although her role in the film is not very important... The way she appears on the screen is good. Andrea and Shantanu Bhagyaraj acted according to their range.


The upcoming movie directed by Lokesh Kanakaraj after the blockbuster hit like Prisoner has created huge expectations on the master movie. However, the director did not live up to those expectations. He was mistaken in adding a commercial spice to a message with a mass hero like Vijay. The whole of the first part is devoted to highlighting the hero and villain without telling the real story. The students could not show the reasons why the professor was so addicted to drugs. If you want to show the real story in the second half .. there are also some stretching scenes that are embarrassing. And the audience does not like the steps that the hero takes back every time. The fight between the hero and the villains could not be more intense.

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Although the characters of the hero and the villains are strong, the scenes where the two meet are not very impressive. The story also goes on to suit the imagination of the average viewer. The storytelling approach in the context of juvenile delinquency observation‌ home‌ is great. Although Anirudh's songs did not entertain the Telugu audience much .. the background music was gone. The action scenes are sure to impress all mass audiences. Satyan Suryan's visuals are good. It would be nice to have a little more focus on editing. The production values ​​are in line with the cinematic level. In a word .. the audience may not like the lessons taught by this ‘master’.

Plus points:

  • Vijay, Vijay Sethupathi acting
  • Background‌ music‌
  • Story background

Minus Points

  • Lengthy scenes
  • A story that runs to the imagination of the audience

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