A film that has had fans waiting for nearly a year to arrive in theatres, 'Thalapathy' Vijay's Master finally hit screens worldwide on Wednesday, with the opening turning out to be nothing short of stunning. The third directorial of Lokesh Kanagaraj shows Vijay pitted against 'Makkal Selvan' Vijay Sethupathi, who plays the antagonist, with the mass masala action entertainer produced by Xavier Britto's XB Film Creators banner and distribution handled by Lalit Kumar's 7 Screen Studios. The response for the Vijay and Vijay Sethupathi's Master has been largely positive, with the film turning out to be a perfect package for celebration in theatres. 

Featuring chart-buster music by Anirudh Ravichander, Master is being celebrated by fans and celebrities alike, with many taking to social media to share their opinions and reviews after they watched the film. Having said that, popular racer-actress Alisha Abdullah, who is known for her role in the 2014 Atharvaa film, Irumbu Kuthirai, revealed that she has not been able to watch the first day first show of Master as a result of an injury she has sustained on her leg. Posting a picture of her broken leg on Twitter, Alisha tweeted, "Very hard and can’t resist not to see “MASTER” due to my broken leg #MasterFDFS  major missing  @actorvijay". It is to be noted that Alisha has often expressed her admiration for Vijay, with fans now consoling her and wishing her a speedy recovery so that she can catch Master in theatres soon. Check out her tweet below: 

This isn't the first time Alisha Abdullah has shown her appreciation for Vijay as she last year said that she is a huge fan of the superstar and likes him for "his simplicity, his speeches and his encouragement to many people". She also recently congratulated Vijay for completing 28 years in Tamil cinema, while also informing her followers that her selfie with the superstar is one of the best photos she has on her phone. 

A pan-Indian release, Master has also been released simultaneously in Hindi under the title Vijay The Master alongside the Tamil, Telugu and the Kannada versions. Apart from Vijay, Vijay Sethupathi, Master's diverse cast also includes Malavika Mohanan as the female lead, with Andrea Jeremiah, Kaithi villain Arjun Das, Shanthanu Bhagyaraj, Gouri Kishan, Master Mahendran, KPY Dheena, Ramya Subramanian, Azhagam Perumal among others.