Rajinikanth's Kochadaiiyaan (Kochadaiyaan) is finally ready to appear before the audience. The mega-budget movie, which is first of its kind in Indian film industry, is set to take audience by storm. As the count down has begun, there is a curiosity among audience to know the story of Kochadaiiyaan. So, we bring you it for our readers before they get to read our review on Friday (May 23).
Dual Delight In Story
Contrary to reports that Rajinikanth will be seen in triple roles, the superstar will be seen in dual roles in Kochadaiiyaan. After a long time, he is appearing in two characters in a movie. This factor has attracted his fans. In the Tamil flick, the Endhiran star will be seen in the roles of a father and son.
Story Of Warrior Prince
Kochadaiiyaan will tell the story of a legendary valour displayed by Pandya king Kochadaiyaan Ranadheeran. Director Soundarya Ashwin had taken inspiration from the Tamil hero and made it fictious account on him.
The citizens of the kingdom ruled by the senior Rajinikanth have nothing to worry in life and are enjoying all the pleasures under the sun. At this juncture, the ruler is blessed with a baby boy, who turns out to play the title role. The story takes a twist here. Continue reading the story on the slideshow...
King Becomes Victim
The king now becomes a victim of a plot hatched by one of his own men (Jackie Shroff), who plays the kingpin in the plot.
After ditching out the senior Rajinikanth, there is a fight for the power between Jackie Shroff and Nassar. This war doesn't end here as Sarath Kumar, Aadhi and junior Rajinikanth take the rivalry to the next level.
Junior Rajini To End Misrule
Now, junior Rajinikanth, whose father was wrongfully brought down, has to win his kingdom back and he wants to end the misrule.
Vadhana Devi In Love With Kochadaiiyaan
Rajinikanth valiantly fights against his enemies and lives for the people. His love interest is Vadhana Devi played by Deepika Padukone.
Crux of Kochadaiiyaan Story
How Rajinikanth fight his opponents? His love interest and friendship form the crux of Kochadaiiyaan.