'Kochadaiiyaan' audio launch postponed, to miss Rajinikanth's birthday
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The audio release of Tamil superstar Rajinikanth's upcoming period film, 'Kochadaiiyaan', which was scheduled to take place on his 63rd birthday (December 12), has been pushed to January 2014.
The music of the film has been composed by A.R. Rahman. Rajinikanth has also lent his voice for a song in the 'Kochadaiiyaan' soundtrack.
According to reports, the movie that was slated to release by the yearend has also been postponed to April 2014.
Rajinikanth's return to the silver screen after a gap of three years has stirred a lot of interest in his fans and film fraternity.
'Kochadaiiyaan' will be dubbed and simultaneously released in Telugu (as "Vikrama Simha"), Malayalam and English. The film also stars R. Sarathkumar, Aadhi and Jackie Shroff among others.
'Kochadaiiyaan', which will mark the directorial debut of Rajinikanth's daughter younger daughter Soundarya R Ashwin, narrates the story of an 8th century Pandiya King, Kochadaiyaan Ranadhiran.
'Kochadaiiyaan' is touted to be India's first motion capture technology (MOCAP) film being made along the lines of Hollywood films like 'Avatar, Polar Express' and 'Tin Tin'.
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