Trivkram shares a very close affinity with Pawan Kalyan. In fact, Trivikram was the one who set up Pawan Kalyan's comeback film, Vakeel Saab. He asked Dil Raju to acquire the remake rights of the film and then played an instrumental role in the materialization of the project. Now, Trivirkram is involved with Pawan Kalyan's next film, Bheemla Nayak as well. He is penning the screenplay and dialogues for the film, which happens to be the Telugu remake of Ayyappanum Koshiyum. There were rumors that Trivikram was the one calling the shots in regard to the project. But the latest developments suggest that Pawan Kalyan is fully trusting in the director Saagar K Chandra now and has given complete control to the young director.
However, the latest rumors are suggesting that Trivikram is getting himself involved with Pawan's upcoming project Hari Hara Veer Mallu as well. Apparently, he got in touch with the director of the project, Krish recently and enquire about the VFX and CGI works of the film. He also evinces interest in Pawan's characterization in the film. Krish took Trivikram's involvement on a positive note for now and spoke at length with the latter. But if it repeats again, Krish might get frustrated with Trivikram's overt involvement with the project, this report read. It went on to say that other directors who are set to work with Pawan Kalyan are worried about Trivkram's involvement.
At this rate, Trivikram might try to get involved with Pawan Kalyan's upcoming projects as well, read the report. Well, Trivikram is one of the top directors in Telugu cinema, and he is one of the sought after filmmakers as well. He has a biggie in hand, SSMB28 and his focus would be on the Mahesh Babu starrer. Being a top director himself, Trivikram would know how to move along with other directors. His involvement with Pawan's films would be strictly minimal and there is nothing to worry about, informs an insider who works closely with Trivirkam. The ace filmmaker is said to be raring to take SSMB28 onto the floors at the earliest. More details are awaited.