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Rajinikanth’s high on technology film Kochadaiiyaan is all set to rock box office?
The film has been in making for a long time now and fans are awaiting to see their favourite superstar once again on silverscreen
At last the long wait is over and the Rajinikanth fans across the globe will get to see his much-awaited and anticipated Tamil film Kochadaiiyaan, a directorial debut of the matinee idol’s younger daughter Soundarya. When it unravels on the silver screen Friday, the film will introduce moviegoers to a new technology – first motion capture photo-realistic 3D animation. Click here to read more
Rajinikanth completes half of Kochadaiyaan dubbing in one day
Rajinikanth has started dubbing for his upcoming Tamil period-drama Kochadaiyaan and the work pace of the Southern Superstar has amazed Oscar-winning sound engineer Resul Pookutty
Directed by Rajinikanth‘s daughter Soundarya R Ashwin, Kochadaiyaan is India’s first motion-capture film, made along the lines of Tin Tin and Avatar. Click here to read more
Rajinikanth’s ‘Kochadaiyaan’: Making of the film
Watch how motion capture technology has been used in Kochadaiyaan
The making of Rajinikanth’s ambitious film Kochadaiyaan, directed by his younger daughter Soundarya R Ashwin, was unveiled at a press conference in London. AR Rahman, music composer of the film, was also present. Kochadaiyaan has been shot in Pinewood Studios in the UK. It incorporates motion capture and photoreleastic technology, used by Hollywood films such as Avatar and Tin Tin. The Superstar said at the conference, “Kochadaiyaan is a fantasy film. It will attract audiences of all ages, including children. Being made to international standards, the film will be ready by Diwali this year.”
Kochadaiyaan, starring Rajinikanth, Deepika Padukone, Shobana, Jackie Shroff, Rukmini, R Sarathkumar and Nassar among others, is produced by the UK company Mediaone Global Entertainment Limited. It will be released worldwide by Eros International. The film releases November 13, 2012.
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