‘The Kerala Story’ member threatened to kill!

Protests across India over ‘The Kerala Story’. Attempts to pollute Islam, hate messages in the society, terrorism, destroying peace in the country, etc., are surrounded by several accusations surrounding the story of this film. However, the Supreme Court, Kerala and Madras High Courts have all dismissed the complaints made by the opposition.

But even that did not stop the protest. ‘The Kerala Story’ was banned in West Bengal yesterday. The makers of the film have also said that they will challenge the decision of West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee. Meanwhile, the screening of ‘Kerala Story’ has been stopped in most multiplexes in Tamil Nadu.

In this situation, the filmmaker made a more serious complaint to the Mumbai police. According to a Mumbai Police report, a crew member of ‘The Kerala Story’ received a threatening message from an unknown number. Film director Sudipta Sen told the police about the threatening message.

The message said that the person should not leave the house alone. They didn’t do a very good job of telling the story. Police have already provided security to the crew member. However, no FIR has been registered in this regard as they have not yet received a written complaint.

The film ‘The Kerala Story’ has been banned in West Bengal to avoid ‘maintaining peace’, incidents of ‘hate and violence’ in the state. The film narrates the ordeal of three women. Those who were converted to Islam with the promise of marriage and trafficked to ISIS camps. Despite the film being tax-free in BJP-ruled Madhya Pradesh, there has been an ongoing political furor surrounding it. The chief minister has directed the state chief secretary to remove the movie from all theatres.

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However, in response to the ban, the film’s producer Vipul Amritlal Shah said he would pursue legal options against the decision. ‘The Kerala Story’ stars Adah Sharma, Yogita Bihani, Siddhi Idnani and Sonia Balani in lead roles.

The film sparked a massive controversy after its trailer claimed that 32,000 women from Kerala had gone missing and joined the terrorist group ISIS. The controversial image from the trailer was later withdrawn.

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