News Helpline | March, 12 2013
South superstar Rajnikanth along with the entire team of Kochaidayan, which is complete now, including KS Ravikumar & Soundarya, watched the edited version of the film recently.
Rajinikanth was elated after seeing the film. KS Ravikumar, who contributed to the story, screenplay & dialogues of the film, said that the film was thrilling, big in canvas and much larger in grandeur than he ever anticipated. While director Soundarya was in seventh heaven after getting the feedback from her father, Superstar Rajinikanth, about her contribution and efforts.
The dubbing, rerecording and special effects on the film will start on March 15th simultaneously in London, Los Angeles and Hong Kong.
The film commenced its shooting last year somewhere in March in Pinewood Studios, London and was completed in 25 days. The studio is famous as most of super hit Hollywood flicks have been shot there and the next and final schedule commenced in Trivandum shortly after the entire film shoot was completed by mid-2012. But due to health issues of superstar the film got delayed and took time to complete
Kochaidayaan is Asia’s first performance capturing film using the technology only previously used in Avatar and The adventures of Tin Tin. Kochaidayan is a unique concept which immortalizes Superstar Rajinikanth.
Besides Rajiniknath, the film also stars R Sarathkumar, Deepika Padukone, Nassar, Jackie Shroff, Aadhi, Shobana, Rukmini. An Eros International Media Limited presentation and Mediaone Global Entertainment Limited Mega Production, Kochaidayaan music is composed by A.R Rahman.
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