Trivikram’s clarity about copy claims 

Earlier this year, Pawan Kalyan starter ‘Agnyaathavaasi’ movie under the direction of Trivikram Srinivas hit the screens amid high expectations. However, the movie ended up as the biggest disaster at the box office.
At that time, Trivikram was accused of copying the French film ‘Largo Winch’ story and using it for ‘Agnyaathavaasi’. On a shocking note, the director of the movie Jerome Salle who watched the movie posted that he is going to take a legal action on the producers. Rumours came out that the T-Series which actually bought the Indian rights of the movie had a settlement with ‘Agnyaathavaasi’ producers for around 15 crores. But recently, Trivikram denied these rumours. He stated that he hasn’t paid a single penny as a fine to the filmmakers or the T-Series.
He added that he hadn’t even got a legal notice as well. However, he said that if he had got the notice, he would have happily paid the fine and as ‘Agnyaathavaasi’ failure is his responsibility, he returned back his remuneration to the producers.