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What did it take to make Rajinikanth’s Kochadaiiyaan? Watch making video!
Soundarya Rajinikanth Ashwin takes you through a journey of how India’s first film using motion capture technology was made
Rajinikanth’s Kochadaiiyaan has been in the making for the past six or seven years and once you watch this ‘making video’ you will understand as to why it took so long. It is the first movie in India to use motion capture technology. It is also one of the most expensively made 3D film’s across the globe. Click here to read more
Rajinikanth’s ‘Kochadaiyaan’ to bring the dead back to life!
Cineswami visited the sets of the film in London and found out
It seems that nothing is impossible for the indestructible Rajinikanth, even bringing the dead back to life, but that is precisely what’s going to happen in Kochadaiyaan. Ever at your service, doing the jobs others don’t want to, Cineswami dropped into the closed and hush-hush sets of the film at London’s Pinewood Studios and got you this nugget. The 3D motion capture film being directed by the Superstar’s daughter Soundarya will use cutting edge technology to bring the dearly departed comedians and villains of Tamil cinema Nagesh, P S Veerappa, M N Nambiar, R.S Manohar and Asokan back to life, albeit in animated form. As the icing on the cake, the much-loved Nagesh will be seen in a double role. But the cherry is reserved for Thalaivar who will be seen in not one, not two, but three different roles in the film. Click here to read more
Rajinikanth and Jackie Shroff’s face-off in ‘Kochadaiyaan’
Jackie Shroff has confirmed he is playing main villain in Rajinikanth’s new film
It’s old news that Bollywood actor Jackie Shroff is starring in Rajinikanth’s next biggie, Kochadaiyaan. But it’s definitely news that Jackie does not have a minuscule role in the film, but that of the main villain! Click here to read more
Rajinikanth sings in Hindi for ‘Kochadaiyaan’
Proving the legend that nothing is impossible for the Superstar, he sang in the national language for the first time in his entire career for his forthcoming film directed by his daughter Soundarya
After his surgery last year, Rajinikanth is back in action and is almost unstoppable. He has been all over the place, shooting, dubbing and recording for his daughter’s forthcoming film, Kochadaiyaan. Click here to read more
The legend that is Rajinikanth needs 80 cameras!
The makers of Kochadaiyaan have upped the ante by using the technology last employed by Steven Spielberg for The Adventures of Tintin. And for the Superstar, more is definitely not enough!
Making a film which stars Rajinikanth is probably one of the biggest challenges any filmmaker could face. If his legendary awesomeness doesn’t translate on to the big screen, the makers will be mobbed and lynched. This time around, his daughter, Soundarya has taken charge and she will ensure that Kochadaiyaan will do complete justice to her father’s towering stature. Click here to read more