The Kerala Story Controversy: The film 'The Kerala Story' continues to be in the headlines. The story of film talks about the issue of love jihad in Kerala and girls being converted and sent to Syria. The makers of the story claim that not 32 thousand but more than 50 thousand girls were converted and sent abroad. It is shown in the trailer of the film that some people associated with terrorist organizations first convert Indian Hindu girls by trapping them in a love trap and then take them to Syria so that they can be used against India by joining ISIS.
The Kerala Story Makers wanted the South actress to do a role
The trailer of the film has shocking scenes of suicide and physical violence. Adah Sharma has played the lead role in the film and in an interview with Aaj Tak, the makers revealed how no actress was ready to act in their film. The film's director Sudipto Sen told that he wanted a South Indian actress to work in this film, only then justice could be done with this film, but even after approaching many actresses, no one agreed to work in this film. Was staying
Actresses used to refuse as soon as they read The Kerala Story movie script
The director said, "We were thinking that a southern actress should do this role, but everyone refused. So we would like to thank Adah. It took us 6 months to find the cast for this film because people came only after reading the script. Used to refuse. There is love jihad in Kerala and we would like that the story of love jihad should come in front of everyone." Makers said that if even a girl is upset then we should regret it.
Film prepared after 7 years of research
The actress who played the lead role in the film said, "Sudipto sir researched the film for 7 years. I have become a better person after doing this film." The director also praised Ada Sharma and said that all the actresses we had given this film left after reading it. If you watch the film, you will understand that it is not an easy script, but Adah Sharma showed the courage to accept and shoot this film.