Kochadaiiyaan Official Teaser

  1. mate 11 years ago

    Raghupati Raghav Krrish 3 Full Video Song


  2. Syed imran 11 years ago

    Yeh kya hain?? Is the movie an animated one?? Any idea abt it!!!

  3. Syed imran 11 years ago

    Superb dance by hrithik… He is the best dancer of bollywood…

    Bt song nt upto the mark.. Vl hve a better idea on watching the original video….

    • mate 11 years ago

      No surprise here, We all know he is a fabulous dancer. The quality of both video/audio is poor, so couldn’t judge the song. But whatever I hear, it looks like a bad song as expected from Rajesh Roshan. Music was always be a weak point of Rakesh ROshan’s movies. In the same setup, Criminal was much more impactful than this, not comparing the dancing abilities of the respective stars of both movies.

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    aryan 11 years ago

    Hrithik try to do different dance steps but most of his dance steps looks bad.

  5. sputnik 11 years ago

    It looks like animation and a bad one at that.

  6. SYED IMRAN 11 years ago

    @aryan – thanks for the info… bt the movie looks more of an animation version than motion capture technology one…

    hope it doesn’t disappoint rajni fans and make some impact at the box office both in terms of collections and acclaim….

  7. SYED IMRAN 11 years ago

    agree, with most of his steps being repetitive and more on the lines of the dance steps performed by the participants of dance reality show aired nowadays on tv channels….

    But still his style and presence makes the dance watchable and this brings some freshness and uniqueness to it…

  8. Anjanpur685Miles 11 years ago

    Pathetic teaser.

    And not because of VFX etc. It because of our inner nature as Indians not to accept new superheroes….and always turn to mythology or current superheroes like Rajni/Salman/Chiranjeevi (depending on the region).

    But we cant blame out public. Americans had superheroes like Superman, Spiderman, Batman etc …because of the fact that most of them came from different countries …they wanted to forget their past and so the public psyche was like “forget abt the past – lets just dream

    No one can inject dreams forcibly. Our social scenario is not as “fertile ” as say as an american back in 1900 ..we will always go to mythology or existing superheroes. (the reason why we dont feel the need to accept a new superhero like g.one)

    Due to these factors – our storytelling in animation/VFX industry will always be at this level. We wont make a Wall-D, Nemo, Toy Story ever. Simply because we dont have that sense of loss about our past. Socially we still feel we are safe ….unlike the americans ..who were displaced from their existing homelands and had to take shelter somewhere else far far away!!..and they wanted to forget their past !! (thats how super powered heroes like Superman/Spiderman/Batman were born – who fight against all evils and protect u from ur “past enemies” )

    Do we that kind of past?


    Technology does not define an animation/VFX film – imagination does. And our social / historical background is different. Lets just be happy being different …and enjoy the superheroes we have – for example – Rajni/ Krishna/ Ram etc.

    As I see it, the animation, VFX industry in India will not boom like it did in west years ago. We love bollywood for romantic escapism and regional films for social issues. There is no middle ground whatsoever – its extremes.

    • Baba 11 years ago

      agree on our hostile mentality to anything new. but the problem with us is even in the case of mythology and historical past, we are not well read/well researched.instead we are interested in inserting filmygiri- how to add granduer, songs etc to make the film BO viable. even a concept as interesting as 7aum aviru is ruined by our filmmakers. so its case of ghar ka na ghaat ka. neither do we know our own history well nor are we ready to make or accept anything drastically innovative

  9. Anjanpur685Miles 11 years ago


    I think its more because of our of culture of of NOT writing down our history . We Indians have a tradition (overall , from asam to TN) that we verbally pass our traditions …

    Which is a drastic contrast to the way western world operates ….

    • Baba 11 years ago

      yes we have a tradition of verbally passing our history and we also have a tradition of not passing history at all because of ego/insecurity etc. 😀 I had read once that the art of Chess and its various tactics that yesteryear kings knew never passed on to the future generations as the future was not deemed worthy enuff to be passed to 😉 same for some art forms like kalaripayatu.

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    aryan 10 years ago

    Movie Review by Taran Adarsh

    For the layman, who buys a ticket to entertain himself for those 2 hours, the term ‘photo-realistic performance capture’ may come across as Greek and Latin. Unfortunately, in India, animation films have not got the due yet.

    The technology used by Rajinikanth’s daughter Soundarya, who helms KOCHADAIIYAAN, captures the facial expressions of the actors and attaches it to the virtual image created for the project in question [that’s explained at the very commencement of the film — a good move, in my opinion], something which James Cameron used in the path-breaking AVATAR. Of course, there’s no comparing KOCHADAIIYAAN and AVATAR, since the time taken for the Hollywood project — including the budget allocated to that film — is beyond imagination for an Indian film-maker.

    KOCHADAIIYAAN is a big leap as far as technology is considered. The question is, will KOCHADAIIYAAN change the perception of what the common man thinks of animation films in India, that it’s a film for kids of all ages, from 8 to 80? Besides, will KOCHADAIIYAAN emerge as an alternate medium to woo the spectators to theatres? Most importantly, will it give a fillip to the non-existent animation film market in India?

    Soundarya makes a fervent attempt to bring the technology to our shores and travel the road never travelled by any Indian film-maker thus far, but the fact of the matter is, KOCHADAIIYAAN is saddled with the usual good versus bad saga [the son of an honest senapati seeks revenge for the wrongs done to his father]. Having said that, I wish to add that the screenplay is truly absorbing for most parts, except when the songs show up. I’d like to make a special mention of the writing in the post-interval portions, when Rajinikanth narrates the reason for attacking Deepika’s father [Nasser]. The entire flashback portions keep you hooked.

    While it takes time to get the grasp of the technology initially, it becomes smooth sailing subsequently, mainly because the storytelling takes precedence after Soundarya introduces you to the characters. Besides, you ought to give credit to Soundarya for conceptualising and executing the project and presenting her superstar-father Rajinikath in three novel avatars [the third avatar emerges in the last sequence — is there a sequel in the offing?]. The fact that she decided to choose an alternate medium of cinema to narrate the story gets her our mandate. Also, this one’s in 3D, which only enhances the impact.

    Since a film like KOCHADAIIYAAN depends heavily on post-production [I believe, a massive team in India, China, U.K. and U.S.A. has worked on it], the outcome ranges from average to good to excellent. It could’ve been consistent, but, let’s face it, this is just the beginning.

    The film, a mass entertainer to please the legion of fans of Rajinikanth, portrays the superstar in a role that does justice to his image — a man of extraordinary abilities. And I must add, no other actor could’ve portrayed the archetypal superhero with such brilliance. Soundarya deserves kudos for making sure she delivers what one has come to expect from a Rajinikanth film. Additionally, right from the costumes to the armour to the overall look of the superstar, KOCHADAIIYAAN decorates the superstar luminously.

    Although Deepika’s character is the mandatory leading lady, she does get a couple of sequences to leave an impact. Among the supporting cast, the ones who stand out include Nasser and Jackie Shroff. Nasser especially has the meatiest part after Rajinikanth, while Jackie is competent.

    KOCHADAIIYAAN also boasts of several talented names such as Shobana and Sarath Kumar. Both of them leave an impression in brief roles. Aadhi does well. Amitabh Bachchan’s baritone voice at the start gives the film the right momentum. The soundtrack by maestro A.R. Rahman is seeped in originality, but the non-popularity of songs go against them. Having said that, the powerful background score compliment the visuals on screen.

    On the whole, the absorbing screenplay and the technology makes KOCHADAIIYAAN an interesting fare. For the legion of Rajinikanth fans, this film is definitely worth a watch. Recommended!

    Rating: 3.5/5


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