Director of Kochadaiyaan Soundarya R Ashwin has announced that the first teaser of superstar Rajinikanth-starrer Tamil period-drama “Kochadaiyaan” will be released later today (September 9).
Before releasing the trailer Soundarya unveiled few animated posters of the movie giving a preview of what his millions of fans should expect.
India’s first Photorealistic Performance Capture film 'Kochadaiiyaan – The Legend' is not only set to transcend boundaries creating a market first in the realm of world cinema but will cement Indian Cinema’s place indefinitely within the global film fraternity.
The British funded project by reputed producers Mediaone Global Entertainment Limited and the AIM listed company Eros International has been shot exclusively at Pinewood Studios in the UK with a team of world-class technical experts including the London based Centroid Studios, a state of the art facility for Full Body Motion Capture, which have worked on various famous Hollywood productions including the recent Brad Pitt starrer 'World War Z', 'Pirates of the Caribbean', 'Ironman 2' and 'Harry Potter', and Counter Punch Studios from Los Angeles, who have been behind successes such as 'Beverly Hills Chihuahua'.
They worked in collaboration with Faceware Technologies, who have worked with 'The Mummy 3' and 'The Curious Case of Benjamin Button' for the Facial Capturing technology.
A team of technical experts from South India and China have worked on the animation and the overall completion of the project.
The film will feature Rajinikanth in dual role, while Sarath Kumar, Shobana, Aadi Pinisetty and Nassar will be seen in important roles.
Also starring Deepika Padukone and Jackie Shroff, 'Kochadaiyaan' is touted to be India's first motion capture technology film being made along the lines of Hollywood films like 'Avatar'.
Reportedly being made on a budget of over Rs.100 crore, 'Kochadaiyaan' is jointly produced by Eros International and Media One Global Entertainment.
The film will be dubbed in Telugu as "Vikrama Simha". It will also dubbed in Hindi, Malayalam and foreign languages such as Japanese, Italian and Spanish.