Story of Kerala: Amidst the ban controversy, Ada Sharma wrote a letter of thanks: ‘All of you crores..’

Image source: Instagram/AdahKiyadah The Kerala Story: Adah Sharma Expresses Gratitude

Adah Sharma’s film ‘The Kerala Story’ may have been mired in various controversies, but it continues to climb on the wings of success. The film has faced protests and has been banned in West Bengal, while screenings have been stopped in Tamil Nadu by the TN Theater and Multiplex Owners Association. Nevertheless, Adah Sharma took the opportunity to express her gratitude to her fans for their unwavering support and watching the film.

On Wednesday, Adah Sharma shared a post on her Instagram account thanking fans for their support. Her caption reads, “Thank you to all the crores of people who are going to watch our film, thank you for trending it, thank you for loving my performance. This weekend the 12th #TheKeralaStory will be released in 37 countries (or more) releasing internationally.” #adhsharma.”

Earlier, the actress shared some BTS from the shoot and penned a heart-warming note which read, “Standing ovation in the theatre, Hon’ble PM mentioned our film #TheKeralaStory, critics and audience appreciated my performance Ki, many of you Housefull Sandesh, Bumper opening! I could never dream so big. For me all your dreams are coming true.

The note further reads, “And for some people who are still calling #TheKeralaStory a propaganda film, saying that these incidents do not exist even after seeing the testimonials of many Indian victims and their parents, My humble request is, Google two words ISIS and Brides..maybe one account of white girls you heard can make you feel that our Indian film is real.

About ‘The Kerala Story’ controversy:

In ‘The Kerala Story’, actress Adah Sharma plays Fathima Ba, a Hindu Malayali nurse who is among the 32,000 women who went missing from Kerala and later recruited into ISIS (Islamic State of Iraq and Syria) Had happened Forced to accept Islam. Also, the film highlights the ‘love jihad’ propaganda, where Muslim men manipulate Hindu girls to convert to Islam and abandon their families.

Soon after the film’s trailer was released, a petition was filed against it on the grounds of ‘hate speech of the worst kind’ and ‘audio-visual propaganda’. Several political leaders criticized the film and claimed that the makers are making false claims that it is a real story and the number of ‘32000 women’ is fake.

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