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06-22-2007, 09:05 PM

The trailer of Sultan, the Warrior, an animated film scheduled to run for three minutes and directed by Saundarya Rajnikanth will be shown during the screening of Sivaji. This film has Rajnikanth in an animated form and is the first of its kind. Sultan, the Warrior is being produced on behalf of Ochre studios run by Saundarya. Besides Tamil, the film will be launched in Telugu, Hindi and English which is again a unique feat for an animated film.

Sultan will have the usual entertainment factors of any Rajini film like the punch dialogues and racy stunt scenes in a stylish manner. Music will be scored by A R Rahman and the film will be due for release in 2008. Arrangements are being made to screen this film worldwide. While talking about this endeavor of hers, Saundarya says, “My dad’s fans all round the world are eagerly waiting to see him in an animated form as this film has already raised expectations everywhere”. She also promised that this is just the beginning and there will be lot more in the final product.

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06-23-2007, 04:05 AM
Thanks for the link suriyan...Music My ARR..wow :)

06-26-2007, 03:22 PM
:) welcome C C
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Sultan the warrior – India’s first expensive animated movie
After successfully watching Sivaji on First day in First show, I was bit amazed at the beginning when I saw the below trailer running before the screen. Well actually Sultan the warrior is India’s first expensive animated movie that is being done on a personality not a simple personality but South India’s great icon Mr. Rajnikanth. This animated movie is produced by his daughter Soundarya Rajnikanth who is the managing director of Ocher Studios. For the first time they are joining hands with AdLabs.

Before talking about the film, lets sneak peek the trailor so that you will understand a bit.

06-26-2007, 03:24 PM
Shivaji Rao Gaekwad (Rajnikanth) was born on December 12, 1949 in Karnataka. He was a bus conductor during which time he reportedly caught the fancy of the bus travellers with his mannerisms and style of issuing tickets and blowing the whistle and so on. Looking to become an actor, he moved to Chennai and joined the film institute. It was here that he caught the eye of K. Balachander, a director known for introducing talented, new faces into the tamil film industry.

Balachander gave him a small role - as the no-good husband of Srividya - in Aboorva Raagangal and the rest, as they say, is history. Rajnikanth soon graduated to playing villains and his style, swagger and casually unique brand of villainy vowed the movie-going public. Be it the sadistic husband of Sujatha in Avargal or the wolf in sheep's clothing in Moondru Mudichu or the lust-filled village rowdy in Bharathiraja's 16 Vayadhinile, Rajnikanth was the villain the people loved to hate.

From here, it was a small step for Rajni, playing the anti-hero and finally, the hero in Bhairavi. Rajnikanth firmly captured the vacant, action-hero slot in tamil movies with a series of movies where he routinely bashed up the bad guys who had done him injustice in one way or the other. Once in a while he did movies like Aarulirundhu Arubadhu Varai or Johny which gave us glimpses of his acting potential. But action was what the fans expected from a Rajni movie and action was what he gave them. He has been superstar for the past 25 years