There were reports that Rajinikanth will be fighting with sharks
in Kochadaiyaan. However, director Soundarya Ashwin has clarified and
said that it is not sharks but dolphins with whom the superstar has
It will be a lengthy action sequence in Kochadaiyaan.
The superstar will also be fighting other animals in the
"It will be an elaborate fight sequence involving a lot of ships
and people. There will not be sharks in it, as reported widely, but
a good number of dolphins will be part of it. In another fight
sequence in the film, the king (Kochadaiyan) will be
fighting other animals as well,"
The Times of India quoted Soundarya as saying.
Meanwhile, the preparations for the trailer, audio and movie release are being planned. Continue reading the story on the slideshow...
Dubbing Work Ends
The dubbing works of Kochadaiyaan has finally come to
an end. After taking a few months, the movie bosses have wrapped up
the dubbing parts.
Soundarya adds, "We're first finalizing the release date and
then working backwards. We will soon announce the audio launch date
and the songs tuned by Rahman, my pillar of support throughout this
movie, will surely be lapped up by his fans,"
The movie will be high on action quotient. Kochadaiyaan
also has a a deadly combat scene between Rajinikanth and Deepika
Padukone, which was shot in London.
Kochadaiyaan marks the debut of Bollywood diva Deepika
Padukone in Tamil film industry. Along with her, Hindi actor Jackie
Shroff, who was last seen in Aaranya Kaandam, will be
acting in the Tamil movie.
Rajinikanth's Kochadaiyaan is a mega-budget flick,
which also features Sarath Kumar, Shobana, Aadhi and others in the
cast. It is a period film that is inspired by Pandya king
Kochadaiyaan Ranadheeran, and is a fictional account of the