Kangana Ranaut Reaction on Adah Sharma’s ‘The Kerala Story’

Kangana Ranaut Reaction on Adah Sharma: Because of the subject matter and the central problem that it addresses, the film The Kerala Story, which stars Adah Sharma and was directed by Sudipto Sen, has become a topic of discussion. The film also stars Yogita Bihani, Siddhi Idnani and Sonia Balani. The movie was in theaters on May 5 and was met with a variety of reactions from audiences as well as evaluations from professional reviewers. A great number of people referred to it as a “propaganda film.” Now, Kangana Ranaut has discussed her feelings on The Kerala Story and has stated that everyone who feels assaulted by the film is a “terrorist.” She made this statement during an interview.

After the trailer for The Kerala Story was made available online, it sparked a significant amount of criticism. A number of political leaders have called for its prohibition. In response to this, the actress stated, “See, I have not watched the film, but a lot of different things have been tried to get the film banned.” According to what I read today and please correct me if I’m wrong—the High Court has ruled that the movie cannot be prohibited from being shown. It seems to me that the only group that is being portrayed in a negative way is ISIS. If HC, the most accountable authority in the country, is stating this, then the people saying it are correct. ISIS is an organization that promotes terrorism. It’s not like I’m the only one who’s labelled them terrorists; our government, our Home Ministry (Ministry of Home Affairs), and even other countries have all done so.

About The Kerala Story

The actress Adah Sharma plays the part of Fathima Ba, a Hindu Malayali nurse, in the film ‘The Kerala Story.’ Fathima Ba is one of the 32,000 women who went missing from Kerala and were later recruited to the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) after being forced to convert to Islam. Adah Sharma portrays Fathima Ba in the film. In addition, the video sheds light on the propaganda of the so-called “Love Jihad,” in which Muslim males coerce Hindu women into becoming Muslims and turning their backs on their family.

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