Malavika Mohanan shares funny memes of herself from Master, shuts down trolls in style

Malavika Mohanan, on Wednesday, took to social media to get back at the trolls who criticised her acting in her debut Tamil film Master. Her reactions in an emotional scene from the film became a template for meme-makers on social media. In fact, the meme makers have been having a field day with the template. However, Malavika Mohanan took it in her stride and shuts them down in a classy way.

Malavika Mohanan made her Tamil debut as a heroine in director Lokesh Kanagaraj’s Master. A section of the audience found her expressions in an emotional scene funny and used it as a template for their memes. Ever since the film’s digital premiere, these memes featuring Malavika Mohanan have taken social media by storm.

The Petta actress, however, knows how to deal with the hundreds of memes that took a dig at her acting. She posted a couple of memes and said that she is having fun looking at them.

Malavika took to Instagram to share a few memes 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? (sic).”

Malavika Mohanan was seen in a brief role in Rajinikanth’s Petta. Master is her first full-fledged role in Tamil cinema. Directed by Lokesh Kanagaraj, Master features Vijay, Vijay Sethupathi, Andrea Jeremiah, Arjun Das, Shanthanu Bhagyaraj and Gouri Kishan in important roles. reviewer Janani K rated the film 3 out of 5 stars and wrote, “Malavika Mohanan’s role as Charulatha aims to make women matter in films, even though Master belongs more to Vijay and Vijay Sethupathi. Special mention to Arjun Das and Poovaiyar for shining in the film despite having two big stars. On the whole, Vijay’s Master is an enjoyable commercial entertainer if not for its long runtime.”

Produced by Xavier Britto, Master has music scored by Anirudh Ravichander, cinematography by Sathyan Sooryan and editing by Phiomin Raj.

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