Trivikram Srinivas interview son of satyamurthyYes, when SOS is coninuously compared to an industry hit like ‘Atharintiki Daaredi’ and also based on the expectations of Trivikram-Bunny combo, it’s true that it’s bit disappointing for makers. Right from the first show, there has been mixed response on the movie.

Responding on this mixed opinion, the director gives it all to the inability of industry insiders and critics to enjoy the film as a whole who are habituated to dissecting the movie part by part and giving opinion and live updates without getting involved in the experience of enjoying a film in totality.

But for common audiences, film watching is an experience as a whole and they give their fair opinion regardless of the dissection the film has undergone in the name of reviews and responses from multiplex audiences opines the director.

And on Samantha’s character as a diabetic in mainsteam cinema, Trivikram says that it’s high time we accept people who have flaws and are imperfect as heroines. He asks how can a heroine always be near perfect and shouldn’t a dark complexioned girl or a girl with health problems be a heroine. Well, that speaks loads on how Trivikram envisions his characters.