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Tollywood Top Director Who Felt Working As An AD Is Waste

One top director of Tollywood has revealed his heart saying that he felt like its total waste of time to work as an assistant director.

trivikram srinivas and ntr
This director who has started his career as a writer has created his own mark in penning the dialogues and latter he has showcased his potentiality on screen in making as well. This director is none other than the wizard of magical words Trivikram Srinivas.

Interacting with a leading daily

Interacting with a leading daily, Trivikram has spoken out regarding the reason why he didn’t work as an assistant director. Stating that he felt like its waste of time, he revealed that he felt much better to work as an assistant scriptwriter rather than an assistant director. Trivikram also mentioned that he has decided to become a director when he was studying ninth or tenth standard.


Trivikram is one of the few directors in TFI who is having high success ratio. His latest outing Aravinda Sametha starring NTR in the lead role has won the acclaim of the audience. On the work front, he is teaming up with Allu Arjun for his next.

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