Director Trivikram Srinivas, whose upcoming movie Ala Vaikuntapurramloo is hitting screens this Sunday, can also be well-liked for his dialogues, particularly his one-liners. Unsurprisingly, he has an enormous fan following particularly for his writing.
Given our curiosity about his inspiration when writing dialogues, we ask him of it. “I have a look at myself as a spontaneous author, preferring to work in a straightforward method reasonably than getting right into a stress of writing dialogues. I don’t desire to move off to Goa to put in writing, watching the seashore, or to go overseas and take a cottage to put in writing. I can’t write like that as a result of it performs on my thoughts that somebody’s placing all that cash on me to simply write dialogues. As an alternative, I desire writing at dwelling, the place I can hearken to my children taking part in and my spouse at her chores,” says Trivikram.
Then, talking in regards to the movie, the filmmaker reveals that he likes Samuthirakani as a director and actor, which is why he roped him in for a job within the movie. “I like his movies, particularly Sambho Siva Sambho,” Trivikram tells us. “I requested him to do a job in my movie and he agreed. He learnt to talk and write in Telugu as a result of within the movie, he wants to talk Srikakulam dialect. We additionally requested author Chinni Krishna to assist us.”
Our talks transfer to the acquainted motifs in his motion pictures, a giant home and both the atha (aunt) or amma (mom). “Beforehand, solely ladies took care of every part at dwelling. And again then, when dad and mom stepped out, they dropped off their children on the father’s sister (referred to as atha in Telugu) dwelling as a result of athas normally liked her brother and his household and children. I even have comparable recollections of my aunt, which is why in my movies you’ll discover a huge home, well-bonded household and girls taking good care of every part,” explains Trivikram as he indicators out.