Director Chimbudeven tells us right at the start of Kasada Thabara, in a voiceover, what the movie is about: a demonstration of two theories: the butterfly effect and the vantage point theory. The film is made up of six interconnected storylines, each with its own central subject. Some main characters in one tale seem like outliers in another, despite the fact that their actions have an impact on the lives of others with whom they have little interaction.
Regina Cassandra and Premgi Amaran play odd lovers in the first episode, which is refreshing in its casting. Both have given strong performances, but their stories are left unresolved in the grand scheme of things. Sampath plays a mobster who wants his kid Shantanu Bhagyaraj to have a regular life in Germany in the following episode. He is murdered in an encounter, and his son must now fill his shoes but is everything as it appears, or is there something more sinister lurking beneath?