Muslim Youth League Secretary General PK Feroze also opposed the film.
The film caught the attention of many, and the CPI and Congress called it a “propaganda film”.
The story of Kerala starring Adah Sharma is at the center of the storm after the film’s trailer claimed that 32,000 girls in the state disappeared and then joined the terrorist group ISIS despite the fact that the government had shown no such document or evidence. The film caught the attention of many, and the CPI and Congress criticized the film, calling it a “propaganda film”. History.” He shared a black poster where a child can be seen running and at the top there are the words “Edapaal presents”. Check out the post here:
The state’s education minister wrote in the post’s caption, “Running Reels Films.”
The poster points to the 2019 incident when a large number of people attacked supporters of a rally at Edappal in Malappuram district of Kerala. The Sabarimala Karma Samithi had called a dawn to dusk hartal in the state to protest the entry of young women into the Sabarimala temple.
On Monday, the General Secretary of the Muslim Youth League, PK Feroze, also opposed the film and called it a propaganda film supported by the “Sangh Parivar”. He also wrote on Facebook that a complaint should be filed against director Sudipto Sen.
He claimed in his article that The Kerala Story depicts Muslims seeking to establish an Islamic state in Kerala. Additionally, he said the film features Hindu women tricked into converting to Islam through Love Jihad by Muslim men and then indoctrinated into terrorism. He further noted that even the Supreme Court rejected the notion of Love Jihad.
Amid the row, director Sudipto Sen told India Today that he made the film after months of research. “No producer wanted to support the film. My perspective changed, I was deeply moved after talking to the victims,” he added.
The Kerala story, written and directed by Sudipto Sen, is described as “uncovering” the events behind “about 32,000 women” who are believed to have gone missing in the southern state. The film claims that they converted, became radicalized and were deployed in terrorist missions in India and around the world. The film is set to hit theaters on May 5.
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