‘Not against any community or Muslim religion’, Vipul Shah breaks silence on protests over ‘The Kerala Story’
There has been a continuous ruckus regarding the film The Kerala Story. Now producer Vipul Shah has broken the silence on the controversy surrounding the film.
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Ever since the trailer of Adah Sharma’s film The Kerala Story was released, the controversy surrounding the film is not taking its name to stop. Now the film has been released in theaters on 9th May. The film has been banned in West Bengal and Tamil Nadu amid controversy.
Vipul Sharma spoke on the protests against ‘The Kerala Story’
Producer Vipul Shah has reacted amid nationwide protests against the film The Kerala Story. He said, ‘The purpose of the story of this film is not to hurt anyone. It does not oppose any community or religion, but attacks terrorism.
‘Not against any particular religion or caste’
Some people are sharing objectionable posts on social media regarding the film The Kerala Story. On this, Vipul Shah said, “The Kerala Story is not against any particular religion or caste. People are posting anger, and wrong messages against the film. There are some who have posted such posts after watching the film. Apologized publicly. Now the same people are calling it a great film.”
Producer appealed to the people
He further added, “The film is not against Muslims or Islam, it is against terrorists.” “I am sure, with time, as the atmosphere calms down, people will understand that this film is not against anyone. I want to appeal to people to support this film as much as possible and join us in this fight Join.”
The film is doing well at the box office
The Kerala Story, directed by Sudipto Sen, is rocking the box office. In just 5 days, the film has collected more than 50 crores. People are very fond of the story of this film. The film stars Adah Sharma, Yogita Bihani, Siddhi Idnani and Sonia Balani in lead roles.
The kerala Story: CJI Chandrachud said this on the ban imposed in West Bengal. Oneindia Hindi