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The Trivikram effect

Wednesday, March 1, 2017 • Telugu Comments

As someone who has constantly dished out class-cum-mass entertainment, Trivikram Srinivas is arguably the biggest Tollywood director after the pan-Indian Rajamouli.  His is a cult.  From handling superstars to making a female-centric film by stealth (we are referring to 'A Aa', what else), Trivikram has stood steadfast over the years.

For two consecutive years, the directors two films have been rated the Best Popular Film providing wholesome entertainment:  'Julayi' for 2012 and 'Attarintiki Daredi' for 2013!

Not only this, Trivikram's dialogues for the 2013 hit have come to be awarded in the Best Dialogues category!  Leaving aside the credentials of the aforementioned films, for sure, the dialogues of 'AD' have been the most parodied, which at least prove their immense impact.

The 'Matala Mantrikudu' (Magician of words) penned one too many takeaways with utmost ease.  Sample these:

1. Ekkada neggalo kadu.. ekkada taggalo telisundali.

2. Choodappa Siddappa, nenu simham lantodni.. Adhi gaddam geesukoledu, nenu geesukogalanu.  Anthey theda.. migithadantha same to same.

3.  Bagundatam ante baga undatam kadu.  Naluguritho undatam, navvuthoo undatam.

Nearly 3.5 years after the film's release, the dialogues are once again resonating in the minds of Pawan Kalyan and Trivikram's fans, thanks to the revered Nandi!

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