Trivikram Srinivas learning From His Mistakes
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The Celluloid Master Trivikram Srinivas has taken a crucial decision in his career as a maker. This new plan of his has now become new talk of the industry.
The debacle of Agnyathavasi has not only disappointed Trivikram in a huge way but also made him realize that he is crossing limits in terms of production. He started analyzing himself and discovered the fact that movies which wrapped up below 25 crores like A Aa ended up collecting 55 crores whereas flicks with star heroes are just entering safe zones. And movies like Khaleja and Agnyathavasi which cost tons of crores fetched losses.
So he gave himself a new regulation in his career such that he should work with small heroes in parallel to star heroes in a single year. After his flick with Tarak, he will direct Venkatesh who has relatively a less market and then he immediately does a flick with Natural star Nani. Observing his lined up projects, we can clearly analyze that Trivikram learned from his mistakes paying a huge price for Agnyathavasi and from now on, he will make flicks with a medium budget and with young heroes as well.
For now, he is busy concentrating on Tarak’s flick. Reshaping the script in order to score a hit at any cost, he is giving lion share to entertainment. This movie will be bankrolled by S.Radha Krishna and music will be scored by Anirudh Ravichander.