Rajinikanth starrer Kochadaiyaan's teaser, which was launched by the crew recently, got a mixed response from the audience and Rajini's fans. Few people were also disappointed for featuring the actor in cartoonist manner.
In response to this, Soundarya Rajinikanth Ashwin, who is directing Kochadaiyaan, has cleared that it is an animation movie but, not a cartoon, and explained the differences between cartoon and animation.
Talking to a leading daily, Soundarya said, "In India, people think animation is cartoon. Avatar was animation, but is not a cartoon. Tintin is completely cartoonistic. I am creating Rajinikanth, where he has actually performed, it's captured on a camera and then put into a 3D version."
Kochadaiyaan is based on the life of Pandiyan king Kochadaiyaan Ranadhiran. The movie is made using the 3D motion capturing technology.
Director Soudarya also expressed her happiness for completing the project soon and said that they have taken a road, which was never taken in India before and completed the film in just a year and a half.
In Kochadaiyaan, Rajinikanth will be playing the dual role of father and son. Shobana, Deepika Padukone, Sarath Kumar and Jackie Shroff will also be seen as main leads. While Shobana is paired opposite Rajinikanth senior, Bollywood Diva Deepika Padukone plays the love interest role of Rajinikanth junior in the movie.
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