The master starring Vijay and Vijay Sethupathi in the lead roles has brought a new wave of energy to the exhibition area in the southern states, particularly Tamil Nadu, where the theater went houseful despite the epidemic on Wednesday. Fans started queuing in front of theaters from 5 am to catch the direction of Lokesh Kanagaraj. And seeing the cinema watchers of Chennai, it seems that the epidemic is behind us. Many film buffs were seen openly flaunting the Kovid protocol. This, despite many hoardings and hoardings outside the cinema hall, asks fans to observe hygiene, wear masks, and social distance.
Be it dancing, cheering, waiting to enter the theater or going out after watching a movie, many fans were seen in masks in Chennai without a mask. Similar scenes were shown at Mumbai’s Carnival Cinemas. A long queue of people waited impatiently to enter the theater, but without their masks in place.
The energy and enthusiasm in the cinema halls of Hyderabad was in sync with the larger size of Vijay, cutting the entrance to theaters. And fans could barely contain themselves as the opening credits began, with many standing for hooting and taking pictures.
– Indian Express Entertainment (@ieEntertain) 13 January 2021
Film distributors have already declared Master a box office hit, but much has to be said about the precautionary measures being taken by fans. Seeing a crowd of people, it seems that Master will help the Tamil film industry to stand on its own feet. But the question is, at what cost?