The anger of Rajinikanth fans is visible over the postponing of the release of Kochadaiiyaan. It is not the first time that it has been delayed. The Tamil flick has been pushed several times in a row. This has left them frustrated and they are not hiding their unhappiness anymore. And the serious message from this development to the makers of the film is that there are killing their own prospects, say people.
The confusions over the release has been created by the makers of Kochadaiiyaan for several times. Producer Manohar Prasad had announced the release dates a few times and failed to keep his word. At last, the team proudly said that it would release on April 11, 2014. But again, it was delayed. Rumours were spread that it would hit the screens on May 1.
And, finally, they locked in May 9 as its release date and it has been postponed to May 23 now. This series of postponing seems like finally having some bad impact on the Tamil flick. People seems to have lost curiosity and traders have started talking secretly that tough days are ahead for Kochadaiiyaan. They give a few reasons why the Tamil flick would have hurt its own prospects. Continue reading the story on the slideshow...
Kochadaiiyaan did not have to face any competition from any other langauges if it had released today (May 9). But the Tamil flick will now face competition from other langauge films. Manam is Telugu and Hollywood films like X-Men: Days of Future Past and Godzilla will take toll on the Kochadaiiyaan business.
A Suicide Attempt
The same thing is being expressed by many audience on Twitter. A proof is below.
Reviewpuram wrote, "Leaving #May9 is a BLUNDER by @ErosIntl #Kochadaiiyaan. Would hav got a vry good opening if not for a bumper 1! #May23 is a suicide attempt!"
"@ATMUSent with big releases lined up likes of Godzilla and XMen,in USA will #Kochadaiiyaan get enough screens for the 3D and 2 D versions?"
Even If I Come Late, I'll Be The Latest
Nonetheless, there are many Rajinikanth fans, who are confident of Kochadaiiyaan success. They recall the famous dialogue from the superstar's Baba. "Naan late-aah vanthalum, latest-aah varuven (Even if I come late, I'll be the latest)."
Every true cinema fan hopes to go with this words at this stage. Isn't?