Prominent South Indian dubbing artist Savitha Reddy dubs for Deepika Padukone’s voice in Rajinikanth’s Kochadaiiyaan.
Prominent South Indian dubbing artist Savitha Reddy has been brought in for Deepika Padukone’s Tamil dubbing for superstar Rajinikanth’s forthcoming magnum opus Kochadaiiyaan – The Legend.
Savitha has earlier dubbed for heroines in the Tamil and Telegu film industries and was first heard as the voice of Aishwarya Rai Bachchan’s character in the film Jeans, which also marked Aishwarya’s film debut.Savitha also dubbed for Aishwarya in the blockbuster Enthiran which starred Rajinikanth and has lent her voice to other Hindi film actresses such as Genelia D’Souza.
Speaking about the Tamil dubbing, director Soundarya Rajnikanth Ashwin says: “Savitha was the perfect choice for Deepika’s Tamil dubbing and there is no other person better than her I could have recommended for Deepika’s character.Savitha has a very versatile tone to her voice and she is adept in tuning her chords to elicit the desired performance. Whether Deepika’s character had to ooze grace and elegance, or dramatic prowess and zest, Savitha is a perfect performer. She was totally in sync with what I required from character and the emotion and impact I wanted to create.”
After garnering over 3.5 million views for its teaser trailer in a matter of only a few days, Kochadaiiyaan is set to blaze a trail globally in cutting-edge Photorealistic Performance Capture Technology, as it rivals and transcends the technological capabilities of Hollywood masterpieces Avatar, Tin Tin and Beowulf.
South Indian megastar Rajinikanth is cast as the archetypal superhero in the epic dramatisation of good versus evil. He performs a dual role with the reigning Queen of Indian Cinema Deepika being paired opposite the younger character. They are joined by current and veteran stars of North and South Indian Cinema such as Jackie Shroff and R. Sarathkumar for a global, Pan-Indian cinematic treat. The film is directed by Soundarya Rajnikanth Ashwin with music by A R Rahman.