In October 2019, Tamil cinema witnessed one of the biggest film announcements in the form of the 'Thalapathy' Vijay and 'Makkal Selvan' Vijay Sethupathi starrer Master under Maanagaram and Kaithi fame Lokesh Kanagaraj's direction, which hit screens worldwide on January 13 as a grand Pongal treat. Produced by Xavier Britto's XB Film Creators banner, Master has turned out to be a staggering box office success, with the film currently also streaming on Amazon Prime Video. Likewise, actress Malavika Mohanan, who plays the female lead in Master, has since the film's release expressed her happiness on the box office success, including the fans' response. 

Malavika Mohanan has often been outspoken in her views and had earlier called out sexism after a fan-made poster went viral on Twitter, which later resulted in abusive comments coming her way on social media. Post Master's release, a big aspect of the film was Malavika's expression in one particular scene, which has since been trending on social media in the form of memes and trolls. A sportive Malavika was quick to notice the viral memes that have been trending online and responded in a fun way. Taking to her Twitter page, the Master heroine shared a few memes of her expressions from the scene and wrote, "I’m a little late to my own meme-fest, but this is hilarious guys. Sharing some of my personal favourites which cracked me up(I died laughing seeing the toothpaste one). Life is too boring if you can’t laugh at yourself, right?". Check out the tweet below: 

Prior to Master, Malavika had starred in an important role in 'Superstar' Rajinikanth's blockbuster Petta and is currently shooting for Dhanush's upcoming D43, being directed by Karthick Naren. As for Master, the film has managed to live up to a majority of the fans' expectations, with compliments being showered on the team for an enjoyable packaged entertainer that has been celebrated in theatres. The film had sustained the test of time by not being released on any OTT platforms after there were speculations that it would skip its theatrical outing.