One of the biggest box office blockbusters in recent years, 'Thalapathy' Vijay's Master has turned out to be an astounding success for the superstar despite several obstacles stacked against the film leading up to its theatrical release earlier this year. Directed by Lokesh Kanagaraj and produced by Xavier Britto's XB Film Creators banner in association with Lalit Kumar's 7 Screen Studios, the mass masala action thriller featuring chart-buster music by Anirudh Ravichander with 'Makkal Selvan' Vijay Sethupathi playing the antagonist set the screens on fire as the electrifying chemistry between him and Vijay turned out to be a major USP for the film. 

Among the several big highlights in Master were the songs by Anirudh, which continue to reign at the top of the charts and playlists more than a year after their release. All tracks in the film garnered hit status and the 'Vaathi Coming' song featuring Vijay displaying his dance skills continues to delight fans. In that light, the 'Vaathi Coming' video song, which was officially released on the Sony Music South YouTube channel earlier this year, has reached a new milestone. The foot-tapping peppy song sung featuring lyrics by Gana Balachandar, who has also sung it with Anirudh, is now the most-viewed video on Sony Music South's YouTube channel going past 'Superstar' Rajinikanth's 'Marana Mass' video song from Petta. This new accomplishment by the 'Vaathi Coming' video song jn Master has come as a massive delightful news for Vijay's fans everywhere, who are taking to social media to kickstart a new round of celebrations. 

Vijay's Master revived Tamil cinema and was the first big film to come out for Pongal this year. The film brought life back to the Tamil film industry after a disastrous 2020 due to the pandemic, which brought production to a complete standstill, including shutting down theatres and cinema halls across the state. The success story of Master is no doubt one that will be spoken for a long time for the manner in which it stood the test of time and came out on top to blow the expectations of fans and critics alike.