Busy with the promotion of his upcoming project"Jogira Sara Ra Ra, " actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui has issued a clarification regarding his recent statement on the issue of banning Vipul Shah and Adah Sharma's controversial "The Kerala Story." The actor took to his Twitter and said, "Please stop spreading false news. I never said and I would never want any film to be banned ever. STOP BANNING FILMS. STOP SPREADING FAKE NEWS."… read-more
While the lead actress Adah Sharma and the film’s director had recently met an accident, another shocking turn arrives with Adah being abused by an anonymous social media user. As per sources, "The Kerala Story" actress contact details have been leaked online. It has been reported that Instagram user ‘jhamunda_bolte’, which is now deactivated, leaked her contact details and also threatened to leak her new contact number.
After creating an impact in India, the Sudipto Sen directed "The Kerala Story" is set to release in the UK too. The movie starring Adah Sharma as the lead narrates the story of four Hindu girls who have been brainwashed to convert to Islam and forced to work as ISIS Terrorist. The film released in India despite controversies and ban, and had a terrific box-office collection of Rs. 148 crores.
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The recent controversial film, "The Kerala Story" is now tax-free in Uttar Pradesh. Yogi Adityanath, the CM of BJP-led Uttar Pradesh said, "The Kerala Story' will be tax free in the state. Yogi took it to his Twitter handle and made the announcement. "The Kerala Story will be tax-free in Uttar Pradesh." The movie is doing great in BJP-led states, whereas some states are against the screening of the film.
In a major setback for the makers of "The Kerala Story", the West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee announced a ban on its screening in the State. The film has been banned citing citing "maintenance of peace" and to avoid incidents of "hatred and violence" in the state. Notably, since the release of the trailer "The Kerala Story" has been a matter of controversy, fighting legal battles before its release.
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In a relief for the makers of "The Kerala Story", the Kerala High Court, dismissed the plea filed against the release of the film. In a petition, the petitioners demanded a ban on the film, saying the story, claiming that 32,000 women of Kerala were converted to ISIS terrorists. However, the Kerala High Court refused to entertain the plea, leading to a safe zone for the release of the film.
The Kerala Story trailer has been launched, raising controversy as the story is about ISIS movie, directed by Sudipto Sen and produced by Vipul Amr recruits. The story claims that women from Kerala were forced to be militants of ISIS. Directed by Sudipto Sen and produced by Vipup Amrutlal Shah, the film stars Adah Sharma in the lead role and depicts the most controversial story.