Apart from SonyLIV, the movie was also released on producer Venkat Prabhu's Black Ticket Cinemas, which was launched recently
A poster of the film
Chimbudeven's Kasada Tabara, produced by Venkat Prabhu and Ravi, was premiered on SonyLIV on Friday. The hyperlink film had six editors, six cinematographers and six music directors working on it. The YouTube channel of Venkat's production house, Black Ticket Company, released a video, which featured all the editors - Rooban, Praveen, Antony, Vivek Harshan, Kasi Viswanathan and Raja Mohammad - sharing their experiences of associating with the unique project.
According to Rooban, working on a movie which has six stories, all having different technicians, was a new experience for him. The challenging part for him was combining the whole project together. He said, "With the film dealing different stories, characters and technicians involved in it, editing videos was like solving a puzzle."
What impressed Praveen was the narrative style of the film, which dealt with the hear-touching ambitions of people in a city. "The stylized packaging with regard to screenplay and scope for intriguing transition in videos and sound cuts are what attracted me. It was a pleasure to work with the whole crew in a hyperlink movie," he said.
For Antony, the project offered him a lot of freedom to do work in his own way. He said, "Chimbudeven was kind enough to allow me to work in my own style. I loved the sixth story in the film most because of the way it culminated in the end."
Raja Mohammad is content that he could try something new in the project, while Kasi Viswanathan said he was sure of the audience appreciating the effort, for, it is a new experience for Tamil film lovers.
The idea of working on a movie based on the concepts, vantage point theory and butterfly effect, is what made Vivek Harshan excited. The crew members had celebrated the film's success at an event held in Chennai recently, and Chimbudeven took to social media to thank the audience who appreciated the team's effort.