The Rising talent: Actor Trivikram Nallamshetty’s Odyssey

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The Rising talent: Actor Trivikram Nallamshetty Odyssey. 

|Ahmedabad | Updated: April 26, 2024 11:33

Actor Trivikram Nallamshetty tale of talent on the rise

Actor & writer Trivikram Nallamshetty, embodies one of the quintessential stories of “hidden to renowned”. Born and raised in the beautiful Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh, he is currently based in Hollywood, California. Rooted in a profound passion for storytelling, Trivikram’s acting odyssey commenced with his pursuit of Traditional theatre by completing residential program at Adishakti Theatre Arts near Pondicherry.

Initially, he started his acting career in background roles, however, his passion and dedication did not go unnoticed. He got a breakthrough with the film “Wild Dog”, starring Nagarjuna Akkineni, directed by Ahishor Solomon, in which Trivikram captivated audiences with subtle yet compelling performance as Manish. His next was in the film “HIT: The first case”, directed by Sailesh Kolenu, in which Trivikram played the role of Anirudh, a forensic analyst, acting along side talented Vishwak sen.

Trivikram’s break into the Lead role came with the film “Space MOMs”, where he donned the role of Prakash, one of the leads in this inspiring film. “Space MOMs” is directed by Hollywood Director Ms. Radha Bharadwaj, who, in the past, has directed acclaimed Hollywood films “Basil” (starring Oscar winner Jared Leto & Christian Slater) and “Closet land” (starring Alan Rickman, Madeleine Stowe, produced by Oscar winner Ron Howard).

Trivikram’s belief in lifelong honing of the craft lead him to Los Angeles to join Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film Institute and there after, acted in multiple stage plays, shorts films, and Film/TV pilots in Los Angeles. In addition to acting, Trivikram has also written & directed a couple of short films in Hollywood. Trivikram attributes his inspiration to his great-grandfather, Sreeramulu Nallamshetty, who was a stage artist in his native Tirupati, from 1916 till 1956. Trivikram says that his respect & passion for acting, stemmed from the stories he heard of his great-grandfather’s stage plays, stories passed on by his grandfather and father. He says patience takes you a long way in the field of acting. As Trivikram continues to carve his own path in the world cinema, his journey reminds us that dreams do come true with patience, persistence and belief in oneself.

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