Actress Adah Sharma of The Kerala Story has some advice for people who continue to dismiss the movie as propaganda.
Adah Sharma, an actress whose most recent film, “The Kerala Story,” is receiving positive reviews, has offered some advice to people who continue to label the movie as “propaganda.”
Adah took to Twitter and wrote: “And for the few still calling #TheKeralaStory a propaganda film, saying these incidents do not exist even after watching testimonials of several Indian victims, my humble request, Google two words ISIS and Brides…maybe an account of white girls narrated to you might make you feel that our Indian movie is real.
The Kerala Story, a movie that was released on May 5, has reportedly surpassed double digits on its second day of release, according to trade analyst Taran Adarsh.
He tweeted: “#TheKeralaStory is SENSATIONAL, sets the #BO on Day 2 a Shows BIGGG GAINS across all circuits Hits double digits, a REMARKABLE ACHIEVEMENT for a film that’s *not* riding on stardom, but word of mouth… Fri 8.03 cr, Sat 11.22 cr. Total: a, 19.25 cr. #India biz. #Boxoffice
Adah Sharma portrays Fathima Ba, a Hindu Malayali nurse who was one of the 32,000 women who vanished from Kerala and was later recruited by the ISIS (Islamic State of Iraq and Syria) after being forced to convert to Islam, in the movie “The Kerala Story.”
Adah Sharma, Yogita Bihani, Siddhi Idnani, and Sonia Balani appear in Sudipto Sen’s film “The Kerala Story,” which he also wrote and directed.
The film’s trailer, which claimed that 32,000 state females vanished and later joined the terrorist organisation ISIS, caused outrage.