Rajinikanth to take 'Kochadaiyaan' to Japan

Rajini to tour four cities to premiere his movie

The superstar Rajinikanth is making a comback and it won't be an ordinary one by any margin.

'Kochadaiyaan' will be Rajini's comeback after recuperating from his illness which restricted his public appearances and delayed his many film projects.

Producers have locked December to release the movie but a date is still being sorted out.

While an appropriate date is eagerly being awaited, makers are pulling all strings to make 'Kochadaiyaan' a mega-blockbuster.

A four-city 'world' wide premiere tour is being planned for Rajinikanth along with his leading lady Deepika Padukone.

Mumbai, Hyderabad, Chennai and Japan will witness the Rajini-mania when he visits these cites.

Since Rajinikanth has a huge fan-following in Japan, he would like to visit the city and pay his homage to the Tsumani earthquake victims, reports Hindustan Times.

A plan of a simultaneous worldwide release is also being worked out by the publicity team.

Japanese premiere for 'Kochadaiyyan' are now being discussed in details and Deepika and Rajini are expected to be in Tokyo in December for the premiere.

The actor's health, which was a concern for a while, has now recuperated and hence doctors have permitted him to travel.

The producers of 'Kochadaiyaan', whose satellite rights have been bagged by Jaya TV, reportedly plan to launch 5 lakh phones that will include pre-installed acts and dialogues from the movie, videos from the film's making and other trivia relating to the film.

Kochadaiyaan is a period film written by K. S. Ravikumar, directed by Rajinikanth's daughter Soundarya R. Ashwin and produced by Sunil Lulla.

The movie, which is expected to be shot with motion capture in 3D, will have cinematography by Rajiv Menon while the background score and soundtrack is composed by A. R. Rahman.

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