Trivikram Srinivas Controversy On Aravindha Sametha:
The talented writer cum director Trivikram Srinivas has landed into the same controversy once again with his recent outing Aravinda Sametha Veera Raghava which has NTR in the lead role.
Getting into the details, Trivikram has once again struck in the plagiarism allegations for his recent release ASVR. Sahitya Academy’s Yuva Purasakar winner Gangadhar has lashed out Trivikram saying that he has copied his stories in making ASVR. Gangadhar who is a renowned writer in A.P is known for his stories in the backdrop of Rayalaseema. Making the social platform Facebook as the medium, Vempalli Gangadhar has explained his pain through the post.
He disclosed that he has got a call from Trivikram in the month of April and they met later for a couple of days. During this time, Gangadhar and Trivikram have discussed a lot about his stories in the backdrop of Rayalaseema. Gangadhar has clearly stated that the characters in the film ASVR have been used from his stories completely. He expressed his pain stating that he has neither given the credit for the characters he copied nor a single penny for using his experiences in his film.
Gangadhar termed Trivikram as an intelligent fool who copied one character from each of the stories and cooked a new story. This is surely a serious allegation on Trivikram. We have witnessed the same before for A Aa and Agnyathaavaasi. Trivikram has a very good name as a writer in the industry. But from the last three films, he has been consistently facing these plagiarism allegations. Have to wait and see how Trivikram responds on these allegations.
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