Trivikram Srinivas is more of a wordsmith than a great storyteller. The man, who started as a dialogue writer, came to the forefront of Tollywood directors only with his strength as a dialogue writer. Then, slowly, he became a director who uses his dialogues powerfully to make an impact with his movies.
Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo too is an example of this. As a writer who improvises his dialogue on the sets as well, Trivikram makes no qualms about tweaking the script to choose the spontaneity of actors.
For Mahesh Babu, who depends on shorter dialogues, Trivikram invented a new form of dialogue delivery by giving him a few punchlines in films like Athadu.
For Allu Arjun, who depends more on his body language and staccato dialogues, Trivikram makes the most by writing satirical lines.
Allu Arjun mentioned this aspect in one of his interviews; the ability of Trivikram to adapt to different heroes and their body language.
For actors like Prakash Raj, who mastered Telugu and the spoken word, Trivikram writes dialogues with great strength and power as when rendered by Prakash Raj, they become more impactful.
So this is the magic of Trivikram Srinivas which will be up for display this January 12th.
Wait for the magic to unfold and enjoy the lines by Trivikram Srinivas in Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo!
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