Master: Director Lokesh Kanagaraj Shares A BTS Video From The Climax Scene As The Film Completes 50 Days Of Release; Thalapathy Vijay - Vijay Sethupati's Banter Is Fun To Watch

Director Lokesh Kanagaraj shared a BTS video from the sets of Thalapathy Vijay and Vijay Sethupathi's Master as the film completes 50 days of release

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Master: Director Lokesh Kanagaraj Shares A BTS Video From The Climax Scene As The Film Completes 50 Days Of Release; Thalapathy Vijay - Vijay Sethupati's Banter Is Fun To Watch
South Superstar Vijay and Vijay Sethupathi teamed up for director Lokesh Kanagaraj's film Master and what a team they made! Vijay and Vijay Sethupathi's fans were over the moon as they got to see their favourite idols in one frame. The film was released in theatres and then on OTT Platform. Despite that, Master managed to successfully run in theatres for 50 long days. To mark the occasion, director Lokesh shared a BTS video featuring the two stars.

The video that has been shared sees Thalapathy Vijay and Vijay Sethupathi paying attention to the narration given by the director. It is the climax scene that is being shot. Though it was an intense scene, in the end, we see Vijay and Vijay Sethupathi laughing hard, hugging each other and having fun. In the caption, director Lokesh wrote, "No matter how many ever times I say, it ain’t enough!! Thank u @actorvijay na & @VijaySethuOffl na Right-facing fistLeft-facing fist."

All the fans are going gaga over this blooper video shared by director Lokesh. Check it out here:


Apart from this, fans celebrated the film's success by trending #MASTERBlockBuster50Days. Fans are unable to keep calm and are sharing their excitement. Earlier, when the film had completed 30 days, director Lokesh had said, "I am glad that you all have come to the theatre even on the 30th day. I thank you all for watching the film and making it a grand success. I will sit and watch the entire film.” Well, the team has all the reasons to be happy and celebrating.




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The Last Vermeer Review: The Film Is A Fascinating Look at the Fine Art Of Forgery

The Last Vermeer is a good-looking piece shot in deep striking colours, and it is mildly enjoyable while it lasts.

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The Last Vermeer Review: The Film Is A Fascinating Look at the Fine Art Of Forgery
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Dutch painter Han Van Meegeren is considered the greatest art forger of all times. This is the period of uncertainty following the end of  World War 2 and the downfall of the Nazis. As this fascinating, if a little dull at the edges, film opens we get to know that Han is on trial for collaborating with the Nazis, when in fact he did just the opposite. He sold the Nazis the forged Vermeers for millions of dollars.

The Last Vermeer is a sophisticated piece of cinema defined by a  sense of propriety and sincerity. The right and righteous remain just that till the very end when Han’s innocence is proven by an Allied soldier  Joseph Piller (played with impressive persuasion by  Claes  Bang). The narrative strung together like a chamber piece, plays out basically as a dialogue between Han and Joseph. These dialogues have a certain sardonic charm to them, capturing an uncertain time after Hitler’s defeat when the musty air in Germany was redolent with violence torture, and death.

Under Dan Friedkin’s directorial navigation the film sails through a difficult period without getting heavy-handed, presenting the world’s most famous art forger as a bit of a rakish con-man in ways that have nothing to do with the paintbrush and canvas.  As played by Guy Pearce  Han Van Meegeren comes across as a Chaplinesque charlatan and amusing endearing fraud with a reputation for ripping off art and women’s modesty.

Pearce has fun with the role. Though death squads are roaming the streets the film chooses to stalk the art world with jaunty steps. The courtroom trial at the end of the film is lush and ludicrous, grave and giggly at the same time. You wish there was more heft at the film’s core.

 I wouldn’t say  The  Last Vermeer makes light of art duplication. But it does bring in a kind of cheeky fun into the theme. While  Han’s trial is on, there is a marital triangle being played out, with Joseph’s marriage falling apart. The narrative weighs Han’s womanizing against Joseph’s conservative decorous attitude to romantic relationships.

The Last Vermeer is perhaps unable to convey all its thematic resonances to a closure. But the film is a good-looking piece shot in deep striking colours, and it is mildly enjoyable while it lasts.

Directed by Dan Friedkin, The Last Vermeer gets 2 and a half stars! 





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Swamini Fame Revati Lele Sets Foot In Hindi Prime Time Show Aapki Nazron Ne Samjha

Actress Revati Lele steps into the Hindi TV industry, reveals the look of her character from her newly started show, Aapki Nazron Ne Samjha.

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Swamini Fame Revati Lele Sets Foot In Hindi Prime Time Show Aapki Nazron Ne Samjha
Actress Revati Lele gained a lot of acknowledgment and fame for her flawless role as Ramabai in the famous Marathi TV show Swamini. The actress never failed to amaze fans with her fantastic acting skills. And now, she’s recently stepped foot into the Hindi TV industry with the newly started show Aapki Nazron Ne Samjha.

Sharing this awesome news with her fans, the actress took to her Insta to post the look of her character from the show.


As mentioned in the caption, the actress will be playing the role of Bansari in the show. Her character seems to have a traditional touch to it, as she can be seen wearing a traditional Indian dress in the picture. She looks absolutely gorgeous in this look and her fans are so happy for her, that she’s entered the Hindi TV industry. The story of this prime-time show revolves around the story of a blind photographer Darsh who meets and falls in love with a selfless girl named Nandini. Directed by Shashank Bhardwaj, the show stars actors Vijayendra Kumeria (Darsh) and Richa Rathore (Nandini) in the lead roles. Starting from yesterday, the show is getting aired on Star Plus at 6 PM. 

Meanwhile, on the other hand, Revati is well-known for her Marathi TV series Swamini. But she’s also a talented classical dancer. 



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