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Kasada Tabara: Chimbudeven pens a heartfelt note thanking film buffs, Venkat Prabhu and other crew members

Post the release of the film on SonyLIV, the makers released videos which had its composers, editors and cinematographers sharing their experiences  

Thinkal Menon
Sep 14, 2021
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Chimbudeven; A poster of the film

Director Chimbudeven's Kasada Tabara, which released three weeks ago on SonyLIV, had opened to positive response from critics and audience alike. The one-of-its-kind hyperlink film is the filmmaker's comeback of sorts after a six-year hiatus. 

The project garnered the attention of movie buffs from the time of its announcement, thanks to its star-studded cast, which include Harish Kalyan, Shanthnu, Regina Cassandra, Sundeep Kishan and Priya Bhavani Shankar among others. Venkat Prabhu, who is one of the producers of the project, is also the lead in one of its six stories. Six popular composers, editors and cinematographers of Kollywood joining hands was another attraction of the movie. 

Chimbudeven penned a heartfelt note thanking movie buffs and the crew members for the success of the film. All praise for Venkat Prabhu, the director said he did a fantastic job of agreeing to produce the movie after listening to the script apart from releasing it on his newly launched platform Black Ticket Company for the overseas audience. He also thanked Tridents Arts Ravindran, who also bankrolled the project. He wrote, "Special thanks to SonyLIV for agreeing to buy, release and superbly promoting our film. And thanks to Black Ticket Cinemas, Tent Kotta and AP Entertainment for releasing it worldwide."    

The title of the movie was announced two years ago, and the shooting was wrapped up long ago. Based on vantage point theory and butterfly effect, the movie's teaser and trailer were released by Vijay Sethupathi and Sivakarthikeyan respectively. Post the release of Kasada Tabara, the makers released separate videos in which its six composers, six editors and six cinematographers shared their experiences working for the project. Chimbudeven is yet to make an announcement on his next movie, while Venkat Prabhu's political thriller Maanaadu, starring Silambarasan in the lead, will hit the screens this Deepavali.  

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