“The Kerala Story” famed actor Adah Sharma was recently hospitalised due to suffering a severe case of diarrhea and food allergy. Taking to her social media, the actor confirmed the news, mentioning that she has been diagnosed with hives.
Sudipto Sen's directorial venture, “The Kerala Story”, has emerged as one of the biggest hits of 2023. However, the film has faced its fair share of controversy and bans due to its sensitive portrayal of religious conversions, ISIS, and love jihad. Initially banned in West Bengal and rejected by many theatres in Tamil Nadu, the film's makers are now grappling with finding a suitable OTT platform to showcase their film
Sudipto Sen's controversial film, has been dubbed a propaganda film by actor-politician Kamal Haasan.
The Supreme Court has suspended the West Bengal Government's order prohibiting the screening of the controversial film, “The Kerala Story”, in the state.
Producer of the controversial "Kerala Story" Vipul Shah and director Sudipto Sen arranged a press conference yesterday, where they brought forward 'forcefully' converted girls, and also talked about how their film didn't incite hatred towards Muslim communities.
Cinema halls in the UK had to abruptly cancel shows of "The Kerala Story", and also had to refund the audiences. The screening of the movie was halted, as the authorities failed to give it an age certificate.
"The Kerala Story" producer, Vipul Shah, clarified that the film is not anti-Muslim or Islam. He stated it was an anti-terrorist movie.
Recently, “The Kerala Story” was banned in West Bengal on May 8 on the basis of ‘maintaining peace in the state’ and ‘avoiding any violent incidents’ as per media reports.
West Bengal's Chief Minister, Mamata Banerjee on Monday announced a ban on the Sudipto Sen directorial film, "The Kerala Story". The film found itself caught up in controversy since the release of its trailer. The trailer was criticised for claiming that 32,000 girls from Kerala had gone missing and joined the terrorist group, ISIS.