This is one of the first Tamil films which is releasing simultaneously on multiple platforms
A poster of the film
Chimbudeven's Kasada Tabara evinced curiousity of film buffs since the time the project was announced, thanks to its multi-starrer cast and slew of technicians involved in it, including Venkat Prabhu, who has produced the project along with Ravindran. The makers had announced recently that the film will be streaming on SonyLIV, from August 27.
On Monday, Venkat Prabhu announced that the movie will be available on his newly launched platform Black Ticket Cinemas as well for viewers in the overseas on a pay per view basis. This is one of the first Tamil films which is releasing simultaneously on multiple platforms.
Harish Kalyan, Regina Cassandra, Sundeep Kishan, Sampath, Shanthnu, Premgi, Priya Bhavani Shankar, Venkat Prabhu and Vijayalakshmi will be seen in prominent roles in this hyperlink movie which is based on vantage point theory and butterfly effect. Vijay Sethupathi and Sivakarthikeyan released Kasada Tabara's teaser and trailer respectively recently which has even escalated its expectations among cinephiles.
The film, which comprises of six short films, all linked to each other, has Yuvan Shankar Raja, Santhosh Narayanan, Ghibran, Premgi, Sam CS and Sean Roldan composing music for it. MS Prabhu, Vijay Milton, Balasubramaniem, RD Rajasekhar, Sakthi Saravanan and SR Kathir have handled cinematography for the project, which has editing by Kasi Viswanathan, Raja Mohammed, Antony, Praveen KL, Vivek Harshan and Ruben.
The film marks Chimbudeven's comeback after a six-year hiatus. Though his first four film, starting from Vadivelu-starrer Imsai Arasan 23rd Pulikecei, received appreciation from critics for handling diverse themes, his last outing, Puli, released in 2015, a fantasy thriller, opened to negative reviews, after which he took a short break. Kasada Tabara, which comes with the tag line 'Tales of South Madras', delineates how fate plays spoilsport in the lives of the haves and the have-nots. According to the makers, the stories of six shorts bring people from all walks of life together.