'Vikramasimha' is a path-breaking 3-D animation movie, whose title draws reference to an alternate name of Hindu deity Shiva, while also being partly inspired by the name of the Pandya Dynasty king Kochadaiyan Ranadhiran.
The plot of the movie is a fictional account that brings to life a time of kingdoms and royalty, war and peace, love and betrayal. With small references to Indian history, the crux of the story will centre around a war between three Kings, that traverses through various generations.
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In this path-breaking 3D animation movie, the team scanned Rajinikanth's face and made a 3D model to get the exact precision of his features, such as the scar on his nose. And then the 3D model was corrected by tightening his skin to make him look 25 years younger. This technology in the film "Tron." The youthfulness of the look was compared to the looks that Rajinikanth carried in his film "Muthu". Read More