Mumbai (Mumbai)! The film “The Kerala Story” directed by Sudipto Sen is getting good response from the audience. In just 15 days, the film has earned more than 150 crores at the box office. On one hand, where this film is being liked by the audience, on the other hand, a controversy has arisen regarding this film. The film was earlier banned in West Bengal and Tamil Nadu. Now after the Supreme Court’s order, the ban on the film has been lifted in West Bengal.
After the immense success of the film, the producer of the film Vipul Shah has made a big announcement. It has been decided to donate Rs 51 lakh from the film’s earnings to “Arsh Vidya Samaj Ashram”. “Arsh Vidya Samaj Ashram” takes care of the survivors of conversion. The makers had invited 26 girls from the ashram to interact with the media along with the cast of the film.
The Supreme Court has lifted the ban on the film “The Kerala Story” in West Bengal. Also, the governments of West Bengal and Tamil Nadu have turned a deaf ear by saying that it is the responsibility of the state to maintain law and order in the state. If there is no official information about the number of conversion of 32 thousand women according to the teaser of this film, then call this film a fiction. Along with this, instructions were also given to put a disclaimer before the screening of the film. Meanwhile, the judge further said that even if there is freedom of expression, the Supreme Court cannot allow defamation of a community.