While the country is slowly moving towards the unlock phase, people are still worried about coronavirus. Actor Sriram, who is also close friend of Thalapathy Vijay, shared a cute video of the Bigil star, where we see the clips of his old and new films that makes us smile instantly. Sharing the video, Sriman wrote, "U are vera level”NANBA”Semma cute clip. Why I felt like posting,it’s not about cute expressions,saw it in friend’s status message, I personally felt so positive when I saw it. let us all pray today for SPB SIR kootu prathanai at 6 pm. Let the world be free from corona soon."
Talking about Thalapathy Vijay's next Master, the film also features Vijay Sethupathi, Malavika Mohanan, Arjun Das and Shantanu Bhagyaraj in pivotal roles. It is is bankrolled under the banners of XB Film Creators and Seven Screen Productions. In the recently held audio launch, the actor praised his costar, Vijay Sethupathi, and said, "Vijay Sethupathi has now become a person who cannot be avoided. We have seen many negative characters, but his role in Master will be special. I asked him why he agreed to do the film and he shut me down by saying four words — I really like you."
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Appreciating his director, Thalapathy Vijay said, "With Maanagaram, Lokesh made us notice his talent. His next film Kaithi made us watch it again and again. Lokesh has a special talent. Being a banker, he has managed to do a film like Maanagaram, which has a complex script. He won't even have a scene break-up paper in his hand on the set of Master and I was confused seeing this. I wondered how to work with him for the next few months. Later, I realised, Lokesh is not just a planner, but a master-planner." The actor concluded the speech with a punch-line to his haters, "Kill them with your success, bury them with your smile. Sometimes, if we have to stay true, we have to be silent."