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Prabhu Deva Questions James Camerons' 'Avatar' Title!

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Prabhu Deva's film Action Jackson although has a foreign name, he says he won't use any more foreign names ever again.

Although, the producers sorted out the copyright infringement of the 1988 Hollywood film of the same title,Prabhu Deva is very upset by the way the International producers questioned him.

Prabhu Deva Questions James Camerons' 'Avatar' Title!

Prabhu Dheva says, "I don't understand how or why every film title we use in India has to be cleared abroad as well. In that case the law should work both ways. We also should be allowed to question them as to why their films have titled that sound like ours. Why was James Cameron's film called Avatar? Years before that some Bollywood director Mohan Kumar had made a film called Avatar. Please explain how the same title found its way for Cameron's film."

Prabhu Deva has told he will never use a non-indian film title again. So far four of his five hindi directorial ventures had only proper names in the titles.

"We have wonderful names in our country and they make excellent titles," says Prabhu. Looks like Prabhu is affected quite a bit this time.

Topics: prabhu deva, ajay devgn, action jackson
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