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Rajnikant’s Kochadaiiyaan Tamil Movie Review

Kochadaiiyaan Tamil Rating: 3.42/5 

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Kochadaiiyaan Tamil Movie Reviews

Ratings:3/5 Review By: S Saraswathi Site:Rediff

The first half is slow and chaotic, but the second half slowly draws you in and one gradually gets attuned to the characters and their situations.While Kochadaiiyaan may not the giant leap for Indian cinema, it is definitely a start to an alternative form of filmmaking. Despite its faults, both Rajini and Soundarya deserve to be applauded for daring to take a path not travelled by Indian filmmakers. We may still need to go a long way before we make an Avatar, but thanks to Rajini and his daughter, we have at least taken our first step.

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Ratings:3.5/5 Review By:  Review Board  Site:Behindwoods

The film, set in a bygone era, encompasses elements such as bravery, jealousy, revenge and inspiring leadership. K.S.Ravikumar binds them all with a gripping screenplay which soars particularly in the second half and he proves that he is a master at his game. His story gels well with the period and the characters being portrayed on screen. Verdict: A pioneering attempt which offers true entertainment in trademark Rajini style

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Ratings:3.75 Review By: Siddarth Srinivas Site: Cinemalead

Though the story isn’t a big bash, it is the screenplay which is well balanced with romantic, senti and thrill-filled happenings along with enough and more mass moments for the fans to cheer about. Soundarya’s direction is apt, and the duo must be lauded for their creative ideas at many instants. Had this been an actual film, it would have touched the skies. Kochadaiiyaan is by far a new attempt in Indian Cinema, and credit goes to the humongous crew for this film, which carves a new benchmark. However, the animation is a big flaw for the film, as it cracks a crater in its final show. Spare a thought since it’s the first time, and go watch this spectacle for it does speak of some superb popcorn entertainment.

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Ratings:– Review By: Baradwaj Rangan Site:The Hindu

Watching Kochadaiiyaan, directed by Soundarya Rajinikanth Ashwin, is a little like that. The actors look stiff, disjointed — especially while executing choreography for the (way too many) songs — and they display no discernable emotion.Kochadaiiyaan is truly history-making in a sense, because this is the first time that a huge star has allowed himself to be the hero in a full-length animated feature. Walking out, you may find yourself wondering: Did it have to be Rajinikanth?

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Ratings:– Review By: IndiaGlitz Site:India Glitz

The speciality of the film lies in the visual treat that it makes for. All the roles that Rajinikanth is cast in, is unique and distinct from one another, and is a special experience for audience who worship him. Revolving around the fictitious old times of the South Indian sub continent, every bit of the movie is regal. The most important aspect of such a period-set film is its art direction and the perfection with which it is captured. For a technically unique and rich movie as this, it takes sheer expertise to translate the story into visual, yet virtual, reality. Rajiv Menon stands out again in his best for capturing the criticalities of the story. Another pillar to the project is Anthony’s editing.

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