Earlier today, the makers of Vijay Deverakonda and Samantha’s film announced that the film has been titled ‘Kushi’. A first look poster, confirming the same was also unveiled to publicize the title.
Now, an intellectual batch on Twitter is finding fault with Vijay Deverakonda’s film being titled Kushi.
“Khushi is a Pawan Kalyan’s classic. The producer should have held on to the classic title instead of letting someone else use it. Kushi mean Pawan Kalyan and Pawan Kalyan means Kushi. Now, Vijay Deverakonda has taken it,” a netizen commented.
Well, it is not uncommon for films to use classic titles. For instance, Varun Tej used Tholiprema, a classic film title of Pawan Kalyan.
“When Varun Tej used Tholiprema title no one had any objection. Now that Vijay has used Kushi title, people are calling him out. Why do people have so much intolerance towards Vijay? Is it because he is an ‘outsider’ making it big in the Telugu industry?” An ardent fan of Vijay commented.
“In reality, Pawan Kalyan’s Kushi itself is a remake of Tamil film with the same title. Moreover, there’s no such complication with reusing titles. It’s been done many a time in the past,” another netizen tweeted.
“Pawan Kalyan fans are doing overaction about the title. If needed we will give Kushi remake right to Pawan Kalyan free of cost. He can later remake it again,” a Vijay Deverakonda fan mocked Pawan Kalyan’s fans, using Pawan’s remake-heavy line up.