Master rolls up to begin the post-production work within twelve days, and the young striking director and his Master team are filled with editing.
The most expected Thalapathy’s next film Master is all set for release this April 9, 2020. After the successful beginning of Vijay’s 64 shoots last year in October 2019, the team has reached the wrap-up stage. Yes, Sources fly in the air that the Master Shooting ends in 12 days, i.e., on March 1, 2020.
Succeeding the shooting in several parts of the nation such as New Delhi, Chennai, Shimoga in Karnataka, and lastly, in Neyveli district, Kaithi director Lokesh Kanagaraj is all set to wrap up the Master shooting in 12 more days. Everybody knows that the recent selfie of Thalapathy Vijay in Neyveli with his fans went viral last week on social media.
Sources reveal that Thalapathy Vijay and Makkal Selvan Vijay Sethupathi will be engaged in the final stages of shooting along with Malavika Mohanan to complete her portions in Master.
Master rolls up to begin the post-production work within twelve days, and the young striking director and his Master team are filled with editing and theatrical process to screen Master in the silver screens this April.
Sathyan Sooryan lights up the camera for Master, and Philomin Raj edits Master to reveal Thalapathy in an unseen story on theatres.
Already the Master team slightly entered the post-production process with the release of three posters and one lyric video. And with no difference, as usual, Thalapathy Vijay’s Master gained a more positive response from the public.
Anirudh Ravichander’s musical release Kutti story lyric video released under XB creators and Seven screen studios hikes in the blockbuster chart worldwide with the catchy and positive energy emitting lyrics penned by Arunraja Kamaraj. The lyric video is a different venture by the team, and it took more than ten days to caricature the Kutti story vocal-led by Thalapathy.
With an endnote for shooting in 12 days, more intriguing cuts and songs are expected from the side of the fan, which in turn leaps Master with more audiences stepping into theatres.