The tongue-in-cheek review of Kochadaiiyaan

Kochadaiiyaan 's story sometimes drags, but it is punched back to life by the Super Star's dialogues.

| New Delhi | Updated: May 24, 2014 5:05 pm

A few days before release, many thought that the only accolade Kochadaiiyaan would win was that of being the 2014 movie with the hardest-to-spell name. Post-release, we know that’s not true. Yes, the motion capture is not Hollywood-level, but it’s a good start. Yes, the story sometimes drags, but it is punched back to life by the Super Star’s dialogues.

Our Express LOL reporter went to the movie premiere at a theatre on Alpha Centauri, and interviewed many citizens of the universe (a.k.a. fans of Rajinkanth) on the red carpet.

First, the heroine made her grand appearance.

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Next, it was the turn of Gandalf the Grey, from the successful Hobbit and LOTR franchises, which pioneered motion capture worldwide.

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Next, there was a moment of silence for all those who had gone up against the might of Rajinikanth at the box office. The first casualty who was interviewed was Wolverine, from the X-Men:

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Finally, the father of Tiger Shroff, whose Heropanti took on Kochadaiiyaan head-on, and who starred in Kochadaiiyaan himself, met our reporter:

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All in all, Kochadaiiyaan was a typical Super Star Rajinikanth film. If you like your dialogues punchy, go watch it.

Vinit,  Antara

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