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Kochadaiiyaan (Review)

Kochadaiiyaan (2014)Kochadaiiyaan’ is a story of great warrior Rana (Rajinikanth) who returns back to his kingdom after defeating his enemies. The king (Nassar) along with his son (R. Sarathkumar) & daughter Vadhana (Deepika Padukone) welcome this great warrior in their kingdom and appoint him as commander in chief. But Rana has something else to acquire in this kingdom which is related to his powerful father Kochadaiiyaan (Rajinikanth). What happens next is what the entire film is all about.

The story is interesting but quite stale and has been shown in many of the earlier Hindi films. The screenplay is lethargic and follows its path at a snail pace. There are few good fight scenes which will keep you glued to the silver screen. But the weak and lengthy screenplay gets you detached from the film. The whole excitement in the film keeps going down mainly due to the weak special effects and unwanted songs. The makers have done a good amount of hard work and it does reflect on the close up shots of Rajinikanth, Nasser and Nagesh. Besides that, the whole effort seemed juvenile and amateur. Nevertheless, the background graphics were terrible and unreal, due to which the whole connect with the film is missing.

Rajinikanth fans will be extremely happy to see him in three different avatars. Both Rana and Kochadaiiyaan appearances look fantastic. Deepika Padukone looked plump and different. Jackie Shroff, Nassar, R. Sarathkumar, Nagesh and Aadhi looked great in their cinematic avatar. Shobhana, Rukmini and others lend good support. Amitabh Bachchan’s vocal intro in the beginning adds the grandeur to the film.