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Navarasa finally streaming on Netflix; here's how the film lit up Burj Khalifa

The much-awaited Tamil anthology is finally streaming on Netflix

Aishwarya Vasudevan
Aug 06, 2021
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Navarasa is finally out on Netflix much to the excitement of the fans. The Tamil anthology includes nine films based on human emotions. Ahead of the streaming of Navarasa, the film's montage lit up the tallest building in the world - Burj Khalifa in Dubai. Netflix India posted a video straight from Dubai and it's truly magnificent. The montage features the teaser announcement and a few glimpses from each of the films.

The streaming platform penned a beautiful note on Navarasa stating, "Navarasa is truly a cinematic marvel and a landmark moment of cultural pride for the Tamil entertainment industry, as the finest and most acclaimed talent has come together to bring this project to life. The most prolific actors, directors, musicians, writers, producers and technicians from the industry, and beyond, have collaborated to make this incomparable dream a reality."

The nine films are directed by the leading nine filmmakers namely Arvind Swami, Bejoy Nambiar, Gautham Vasudev Menon, Karthick Naren, Karthik Subbaraj, Priyadarshan, Rathindran Prasad, Sarjun, and Vasanth Sai.

While the actors featuring in these movies are Vijay Sethupathy, Prakash Raj, Revathy, Suriya, Prayaga Rose Martin, Siddharth, Parvathy Thiruvorthu, Delhi Ganesh, Rohini, Aditi Balan, Selfie Karthik, Simha, Gautham Vasudev Menon, Master Tarun, Arvind Swami, Prasanna, Poorna, Riythvika, Sreeram, Abhinayasree, Ramesh Thilak, Geetha Kailasam, Yogi Babu, Remya Nambeesan, Nedumudi Venu, Sarjun. Atharva, Anjali and Kishore.

Earlier during an exclusive interaction with OTTPlay, Priyadarshan opened up on being a part of Navarasa. The ace filmmaker had said that he wasn’t originally a part of Navarasa. But Mani Ratnam, who is the creator of the anthology called Priyadarshan and asked him to make a segment on 'Hasya' emotion. 

The Hungama helmer added, "I was a bit confused as to how to make people laugh in 30 minutes. But Mani said, ‘I am sure you are capable of doing it’."

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