Superstar Rajinikanth along with Tamil director KS Ravikumar watched the first edited copy of his upcoming Tamil period-drama Kochadaiyaan on Thursday in Chennai (February 28).
"The fully edited movie was viewed by superstar Rajinikanth, KS Ravikumar and his entire team along with Soundarya Rajinikanth," a statement from the production house said.
"Ravikumar said that the film was thrilling, big in canvas and much larger in grandeur than he ever anticipated," the statement added.
Kochadaiyaan is Asia's first motion capturing film, which uses the technology only previously used in Avatar and Tintin. It went on floors in March 2012 in Pinewood Studios, London and was completed in 25 days.
The team was busy in the post production work since last few months in Chennai and London.
Eros International and Media One Global Entertainment have jointly produced the film, which has music by AR Rahman. The post-production work will start in full swing from March 15. While Rajiv Menon has handled the camera, Oscar Award winner AR Rahman has composed the music.