Vishwak Sen, a star talented actor in the film industry, recently announced his new movie titled “CULT.” This announcement created a stir due to its message against drugs and its association with the year 2024. However, another producer, SKN, claimed ownership of a similar-sounding title, ‘CultBomma,’ during a press meet.
Vishwak Sen clarified that he registered the title ‘CULT’ and emphasized that he hadn’t registered any titles related to ‘Cult,’ including ‘CultBomma.’ He firmly stated that since he registered the title, he now owns it. SKN, known for producing ‘BabyTheMovie,’ countered this claim by revealing that he had registered ‘CultBomma’ a few months ago in the Telugu film producers council. This move followed the popularity of the hashtag during the promotion of the movie ‘Baby.’
The clash between these similar titles—’CULT’ and ‘CultBomma’ has sparked discussions and speculation within the industry. Despite potentially different concepts, the striking similarity in titles between the two movies has set the stage for a possible controversy. People are eager to see how this ‘Cult’ clash will unfold and whether it will lead to any resolution or further disputes within the industry. The situation remains tense as both parties stand firm on their ownership claims, leaving the outcome uncertain for now.