The title controversy of Prem Adda has continued, as director-turned-actor Prem is unwilling to change it. The makers of the film have failed to follow the guidelines set by the Karnataka Film Chamber of Commerce (KFCC), which had asked the movie bosses to maintain uniformity in the title fonts.
Earlier, the KFCC asked the makers of Prem Adda to change the font and the outlook of the title to avoid a title clash with an upcoming movie BK Srinivas' Adda. It was all started after the film chamber gave permission for the title of Prem starrer movie that sounds similar to the above mentioned other film on the condition of maintaining uniformity in the title fonts.
However, the Prem Adda team has not followed their instruction, which has irked the KFCC. Now, the board has reportedly asked print media not to publish the ads of the forthcoming movie. On the other end, Prem has reiterated his stand on the title by claiming that he is not going to make any modification, as it restricts the creative side of a filmmaker. Adding to that we have titled the film based on the suggestions made by astrologers and changing the title will do no good to us.
Prem ends on the note that he will seek the Producers Council help to resolve the issue. If the producers guild fail to find an amicable solution, then he will take the issue to court.
Prem Adda is a remake of Tamil superhit film Subramaniapuram starring Prem (director), Murali Krishna, and Kriti Kharbanda. The film has V Harikrishna's music.