Kerala Government Demands Ban On ‘The Kerala Story’: Know All About the Controversy
The Congress party and numerous political organizations are calling for a ban on the screening of Sudipto Sen’s ‘The Kerala Story.” The movie is all set to be released in theatres on May 5. Recently, A powerful one-liner about the movie was posted on social media by Congress leader Shashi Tharoor in the middle of these random calls.
Sonia Balani, Siddhi Idnani, Yogita Bihani, and Adah Sharma, play the key parts in the movie, which is produced by Vipul Amrutlal Shah and directed by Sudipto Sen. One of the actors in the movie, Adah Sharma, justified it by claiming that it raises awareness of the problem of Indian females who have vanished and been recruited by ISIS.
A reward of 1Cr To Prove Allegations
According to ANI, the Kerala State Committee of the Muslim Youth League has announced to offer a prize worth Rs 1 crore to any individual who can verify the claims made in the movie. Collection sites will be set up in each district on May 4 for those who can do so. Anybody can leave their information in the collection centers.
‘The Kerala Story’ Controversy: Sashi Tharoor and CM Stance
Several political figures expressed their disapproval of the film and called for its ban shortly after the trailer was released on Youtube. Shashi Tharoor, a leader of Congress, recently asserted, “It may be your Kerala story. It is not “our” Kerala story.”
Tharoor underlined in a tweet that he was not requesting that the movie be banned. Just because something can be utilized improperly doesn’t make it any less useful. But Keralites have every right to assert that this is an wrong portrayal of their reality.
Pinarayi Vijayan, the chief minister of Kerala, attacked the upcoming film “The Kerala Story,” saying it seems to have been purposefully manufactured to sow division. I lt potentially can ignite hatred among communities and against the state as well. He claimed that Sangh Parivar’s lie factory produced this fabrication.