The film, which features a bevy of stars, is currently streaming on SonyLIV
A poster of the film
Chimbudeven's Kasada Tabara, which recently dropped on SonyLIV, received appreciation for its intriguing screenplay. Actor-filmmaker Bhagyaraj is the latest celebrity to shower praise on the hyperlink film which is based on butterfly effect and vantage point theory. The movie features a host of actors having equal importance in it.
In a video posted by the veteran actor, who is looked upon for the magic he weaved in screenwriting, said he was surprised by the manner in which the film's screenplay was written. He noted that writing a screenplay for a film which has six episodes, featuring different actors, cinematographers, editors and music composers, and giving equal scope for all of them is no mean feat.
எங்களை அன்போடு பாராட்டி வாழ்த்திய… ‘திரைக்கதை மேதை’, மரியாதைக்குரிய இயக்குநர் திரு.K.பாக்யராஜ் சார் அவர்களுக்கு @ungalKBhagyaraj எங்கள் மனமார்ந்த நன்றிகள்!#KasadaTabara team@vp_offl @tridentartsoffl @SonyLIV @sundeepkishan @iamharishkalyan @imKBRshanthnu pic.twitter.com/afwu7p3hCV— Chimbu Deven (@chimbu_deven) September 7, 2021
Bhagyaraj said, "I know I'm a little late to appreciate the attempt. I was amazed at the way in which the six episodes were inter-linked with each other. After watching the movie, I felt I should immediately watch those films of Chimbudeven which I haven't. I called him up and told him the same. The beauty of cinema is that you can always keep learning about its nuances." He said that Venkat Prabhu, who acted as the lead in its final episode and one of the producers of the movie, also deserves appreciation for encouraging a unique concept when he was approached with such a story. "This is a good example of team work," he added.
Chimbudeven took to twitter to thank Bhagyaraj for appreciating the team whole-heartedly. Later, Venkat Prabhu, too, followed suit. The team had organized an event recently to celebrate the film's success which witnessed the participation of actors and other crew members. They also released separate videos in which six cinematographers, six editors and six composers who worked for the movie, shared their excitement and varied experiences.