Trivikram used to be very slow in wrapping up his films in the past. He used to take more than a year and sometimes two to complete one film. He received so much flak for taking about three years for Mahesh’s Khaleja. He took two years to complete Athadu and Jalsa too. Producer Murali Mohan openly said that Athadu was a cost failure due to the budget being shot beyond estimations.
After Khaleja, Trivikram did some retrospect and changed his style of making films. He is not a snail paced director anymore. He has wrapped up Julayi and Attarintiki Daredi within seven months. Julayi became a super hit and AD went on to become the new industry hit. Trivikram made sure that his speed doesn’t kill the quality of his films. He also stated that he will not take more time for shooting hereafter. He is doing all the work in the pre production stage and going to sets with a clear idea of what to do and when to do.Director Sukumar, who is also extremely talented, has this problem of taking so many working days. He keeps on making betterments on the sets and make changes to the already shot portions too. This is extra load on the producers and it is not a safe thing to do as they may face too much loss if the film fails to connect with the audiences. Looks like this Maths Lecturer need some extra lessons from Trivikram, who also hails from Bhimavaram, the same town where Sukumar worked as a lecturer.