Vijay’s “Master” won three awards from Prestigious ‘Osaka International Film Festival’

The prestigious Osaka International Film Festival, which annually honours the best Tamil films and artists in Japan, has given Vijay the Best Actor award. The awards for 2021 have been revealed, and Vijay was honoured for his outstanding performance in the film ‘Master.’ Another noteworthy accomplishment was Vijay Sethupathi, who won the Best Villain award for his outstanding performance as the villain in the same movie. Dinesh also won the prestigious Best Choreography award for his outstanding choreography for the song “Vaathi Coming” in “Master.” In addition, Kangana Ranaut received the Best Actress award for her remarkable work in “Thalaivi,” while Pa Ranjith’s boxing drama “Sarpatta Paramparai” won the festival’s Best Film award.

For his work on ‘Sarpatta Paramparai,’ Pa Ranjith was named Best Director, while ‘Maanaadu’ composer Yuvan Shankar Raja was named Best Music Director. Manikanadan, who played Jai Bhim, won Best Supporting Actor, while Venkat Prabhu, who directed the time loop drama ‘Maanaadu,’ won Best Screenplay.

Fans of Vijay are happy that his film ‘Master’ won three awards at the Osaka International Film Festival. The action drama ‘Master,’ which is directed by Lokesh Kanagaraj, stars Malavika Mohanan, Vijay Sethupathi, and Vijay in the key roles. Anirudh Ravichander composed the music for the movie. The 2021 Tamil release ended up being a tremendous smash in the movie business despite the pandemic’s condition.


Following the success of ‘Master,’ director Lokesh Kanagaraj and Vijay have reconnected for the actor’s upcoming movie, ‘Leo,’ and production is progressing.

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