Tamil Superstar Rajinikanth's Vikramasimha is one of the most-awaited movies of 2014 and its release has already been delayed a few times for some technical reasons. The movie was slated to hit the screens on May 9, When all Rajini fans are eagerly waiting to see their veteran hero dazzle the screens, here is a shocking news for them. The release of Soundarya's magnum opus has been further delayed.
The advance ticket booking for Vikramasimha reportedly made available on Wednesday morning, but many multiplexes abruptly stopped bookings later in the afternoon. Following this development, the rumours started doing rounds that the release of this mach-talked about movie has been postponed to May 23. There are a few reasons doing rounds for the delaying the film for a couple of weeks.
Some report suggest that the Rajinikanth and Deepika Padukone starrer Vikramasimha has been delayed due to some financial problems. A few other reports claim that the price issues between the producer and some distributors must be the reason for its pushing ahead its release. However, the producers are keeping mum on the issue. They are yet to make an official announcement about the delay in its release and reason for it.
Vikramasimha is a motion capture 3D computer-animated period film directed by Soundarya R Ashwin and written by KS Ravikumar. Rajinikanth is enacting and voicing three lead roles, while Deepika Padukone and Shobana appear in the female leads. R Sarathkumar, Aadhi, Rukmini Vijayakumar, Jackie Shroff, and Nassar enact and voice supporting characters. Rajiv Menon has handled the cinematography, while AR Rahman composed music for soundtrack and background score for the film.