Even Hollywood filmmaker James Cameron couldn't stop himself from praising the film.
The 3D effect of the film has already been grabbing eyeballs.
For Suraj Sharma, the experience of working in 'Life of Pi' has been more of a fairy tale.
He later finds himself on a boat in the company of a Bengal tiger.
Ang Lee took almost four years to transform the words into moving images.
The filmmaker has combined his art of storytelling with 3D technology.
'Life of Pi' is one of the most anticipated films of the year.
The film will take you on an epic journey of adventure.
The film will also be screened at the International Film Festival of India this year.
Based on a novel by Yann Martel, the film explores the journey of a young boy who survives a shipwreck.
The film has been shot extensively in India and also stars Bollywood stars Tabu and Irrfan Khan.
Indian teenager Suraj Sharma will be seen portraying the character of Pi Patel onscreen.
The film has already got rave reviews at New York Film festival and even before its release, there is Oscar buzz about the it.
Ang Lee, who is known for his masterpieces like 'Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon' and 'Brokeback Mountain', is back with 'Life of Pi'.
The film explores the life and death duel between the two and later how they call it a truce.
Interestingly, Suraj Sharma did not know swimming before signing the film and had to undergo rigorous training to get into the character.