Even Trivikram should be given some "break"!
Social media is an unforgiving place for sure. For some, it feels like they have walked right into hell, willingly. Some might say, if they can't take even this, then they shouldn't exist at all. As if trolling should be encouraged on every level.
Well at some level, people should ground themselves and laugh at their mistakes, accept and move on but for each and word they speak, they can't see themselves being trolled. In front of many, if a person tries to speak they are almost being naked and that makes people go nervous than usual. Hence orators are very difficult to find.
Trivikram Srinivas at his Ala Vaikuntapurramuloo event did say that he knows it sounds too tacky and funny, but he wants to say it anyway. He said, "Music is like a hairbrush we use to reduce our mind's irritation or scratch".
This is a very funny way to say it and even Seetharama Sastry kind of a literary legend laughed at it loud. If someone claims a very absurd usage of words and say that they gave a very good adage, an homage to a public emotion on stage, then it should be pointed out. That will really help a person to gain perspective.
By using something that even the orator knows that it is very tacky, to troll him, it just shows how deeply you want to troll a guy. In his 16 mins speech, if we take that one line and troll him, are we trolling him or ourselves?