5 Reasons To Watch Master’s Hindi Dubbed Version Releasing On ZEE5 Starring Thalapthy Vijay and Vijay Sethupathi

Lokesh Kanagaraj’s Master is an entertaining drama essaying the clash of Thalapathy Vijay’s JD and Vijay Sethupathi’s Bhavani. Don’t miss out on watching the Hindi version, exclusively on ZEE5 from 15 March 2021.

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March 14, 2021

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Quentin Tarantino had once confessed that he often “steals” from other movies. Well, here stealing or inspiration does not matter much but what he morphs it into is priceless and truly epic. Remember, when the filmmaker had revealed that he was highly inspired by the 2001 Tamil film ‘Alavandhan’ for a sequence in his 2003 film Kill Bill? And if someone has managed to pull off the Tarantino style of filmmaking, it is none other than Lokesh Kanagaraj. The filmmaker’s recent release ‘Master’ is another package full of surprises for the movie buffs. 

Featuring Thalapthy Vijay and Vijay Sethupathi in the lead roles, the film Master is an engaging and massy action drama. The film revolves around the story of an alcoholic professor JD who crosses paths with a ruthless gangster Bhavani. Packed with twists and turns, the clash of egos becomes the soul of the story. And to present this epic drama to all the audience, ZEE5 will be soon releasing a Hindi dubbed version of Master on March 15.

Ahead of the film’s release, here’s taking a look at few reasons to not missing out on watching Master.

Vijay v/s Vijay

A still from Master
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Two superstars and their on-screen clash are the USP of Master. Both the actors, Thalapathy Vijay and Vijay Sethupathi have played a variety of roles and yet Master brings out a ‘never-seen-before’ version of them. While Vijay has been a part of many “mainstream entertaining” films, Sethupathi is known for his unconventional roles. 

However, the film Master brings out a more dramatic side of their act. Though there are tons of action sequences, the main clash is between two male egos. And that’s the driving part of Master.

Massy Drama

A theatrical poster of Master
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Not all mainstream movies are bound to have a lasting impression on the viewers. However, Master is a well-crafted drama. The film has massy dialogues and action sequences but is also filled with many silent frames. To be precise, Master will not only entertain you but will also keep you engaged till the very last frame. 

From Maanagaram To Master

Lokesh Kanagaraj with Vijay
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Since his debut film Maanagaram, Lokesh Kanagaraj has been a well-known name in the Tamil film industry. There’s an appealing sense to each one of his films and a universal approach to all the stories that have seasoned his craft of cinema. In Maangaram, the lives of four people collide uniquely in a fast-paced city. And Kanagaraj managed to entertain us with great twists and turns. The last-minute drama was really fascinating in his debut flick.

Similarly, in Master, you’ll see an evolution in his craft. The director has pulled off a great drama with a promising vision.

Humanizing The Heroes

A still from Master
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Another reason that sets Vijay’s Master apart from the rest of his movies is that he’s not a ‘hero’-ic persona here. Mostly, mainstream movies have a larger-than-life appeal towards their protagonists. However, Vijay’s character of JD is flawed at times until reality hits him hard. And just like a normal human being, he too waits for the second chance to pounce upon and prove his worth.

Evolution Of Characters

A still from Master
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While working with a superstar, often the filmmaker has to compromise on his views and style. But in Master, it seems that Kanagaraj has sustained his trademark style. If looked upon his filmography, the director is known for evolving his self-centred characters into selfless ones. And this style gets followed in Master too. Neither JD’s character overshadows Bhavani or vice versa. And each of these characters evolves as per the story’s demand.

So, don’t miss out on watching the Hindi dubbed version of Master, exclusively on ZEE5 on March 15, 2021.

Meanwhile, stay tuned to ZEE5 for more interesting content and stories.

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