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Kochadaiyaan Producer says the film will release only in July

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March 11,2013-As we had earlier reported that wait will continue for  superstar Rajinikanth’s fans, inspite of Soundarya Ashwin’s claim of the film Kochadaiyaan will release in the second of week of April.  The News has been confirmed by Kochadaiyaan’s producer , the film would be releasing only in July.

Starring Rajinikanth and Deepika Padukone in lead roles and with a host of stars including Sarath Kumar, Aadhi, Rukmani Vijayakumar and Bollywood’s Jackie Shroff, the film’s release is getting postponed for the umpteenth time now. Rajini’s fans, who have been patiently awaiting the release of  the film, have to gear themselves up to wait for four more months from now.

4.-kochadaiyaan-e1341813756640Dr. Murali Manohar,  Director of Media One, the producers of Kochadaiyaan, has said that “Rajini Sir is no ordinary hero and occupies probably the most important position in Indian cinema. His films possess special significance and have an aura around them. Kochadaiyaan has been made in such a manner as to satisfy his fans’ expectations. As Rajini Sir himself has said that the film has shaped up well, we’re under pressure to ensure that the final product is nothing less than awesome.

“The film, as reported earlier, is the first Indian film to be made using the ‘motion capture’ technology and is also the first stereoscopic 3-D animation venture in the country. The post-production work has been going on in many cities including Chennai. The technologies used in the film take a lot of time but we are determined not to compromise in any aspect even if it means that the film’s April release might get postponed.

“Budget of the film has crossed Rs.100 crores. We plan to release the film simultaneously in Japan and we’re sure Kochadaiyaan would be hitting the screens in July. The duration of the film would be 125 minutes and would be releasing in Tamil, Telugu, Hindi, Latin, French, English and Japanese,” concluded the producer.

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