Master movie scenes leaked online: Tamil actor Thalapathy Vijay’s upcoming film Master intro scene and other video clips were leaked online on 11th January. Few netizens were shared the download links across social media pages such as Facebook, Twitter. Also, they shared links over private chat applications like Whatsapp, Telegram, Messenger.
The master movie will be officially released in the theaters on 13th January. It was scheduled for the Summar 2020 release, due to COVID 19 pandemic it was not released. As early said the introduction scene, as well as few other clips from the movie, got leaked online.
As per the sources, the scenes leaked that going viral on social media have recorded from the distributors’ show which was screened recently on a private screen.
The movie will be available on Amazon Prime to watch after the release in the theater all over the world. It may take up to 40 or 60 days to see the Master movie online to watch. According to the official report, the movie was sold to Amazon Prime Video as it’s one of the biggest OTT platforms in this world.
It was reported that the master movie 1-hour video was split into few parts and sheared all over the internet. Immediately, the production team of the movie took their social media and requested to do not to share any videos from the movie. The cast and crew of the movie are not happy due to these Master movie scenes leaked online.
Master Director Lokesh Kanagaraj requested the fans and people not to share Master movie scenes from the film online as it has taken a lot of hard work to make Master. He 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.”
The film’s producers XB Film Creators and Seven Screen Studio tweeted, “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 email@example.com.”
Master music composer Anirudh Ravichander also quoted Lokesh Kanagaraj’s tweet as “It’s the hard work of 1000s of people. Please report any leaked clips immediately to firstname.lastname@example.org.”