Vijay's Master Scenes Leaked Online! Makers Request Fans to Support



Vijay's Master Scenes Leaked Online!  Makers Request Fans to Support

The  much awaited Vijay and Vijay Sethupathi-starrer Master is all set for a grandeur release on January  13. However, two days prior its release the most anticipated movie's  scenes has been leaked online. The movie's director Lokesh Kanagaraj had addressed this issue on twitter on Monday.

 Kanagaraj tweeted, “Dear all, it’s been a 1.5 year long struggle to bring Master to u. All we have is hope that you’ll enjoy it in theatres. If u come across leaked clips from the movie, please don’t share it Thank u all. Love u all. One more day and #Master is all yours.”

Master's production house, XB Film Creators also has requested the fans to not forward or share leaked content from Master. XB Film Creators shared a post that says, "Team #Master requests you all not to forward/share any leaked content and if you come across anything of these sorts, please share it with us at report@blockxpiracy.com."

Alongside, the other members of the film fraternity also took to social media to express solidarity with the makers of Master.

“It’s hardwork of hundreds of people… Please don’t encourage piracy…. Don’t worry @Dir_Lokesh brother… #Master will cross this hurdle too and be a Blockbuster…(sic),” said Karthik Subbaraj in his tweet.

Arun Vijay also requested his followers on Twitter to refrain from circulating the clips and appreciate the movie by watching it on the big screen. “The true essence of cinema is when the hard work is appreciated in the right platform! I request you all to kindly refrain from unwanted fwds of the film #MASTER made for the theatrical audience. Respect & celebrate watching it in theatres that we have all been waiting for!(sic),” he wrote on his Twitter account.

Written and directed by Lokesh, Master is expected to revive the business of film exhibition in the country. The film is set to release in five languages, including Hindi this week. While Master will hit cinema halls in the south on January 13, it will open in theatres in northern pockets on January 14.