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The Kerala Story Controversial: Vipul Amritlal Shah’s film ‘The Kerala Story’ There is a lot of controversy going on these days. The film depicts the story of 4 women from Kerala who are converted to Islam to join ISIS. Now on this whole matter, the Central Board of Film Certification ie CBFC has asked to make some changes in the film. The film has been given an ‘A’ certificate with 10 cuts. Along with this, 10 scenes of the film have been asked to be changed.
At the same time, the Election Commission has also asked to present documentary proof of the figures shown in the film. At the same time, a dialogue has been removed from the film in which it was said that America also helps them with money through Pakistan. Apart from this, another dialogue of the film has been removed in which it is said that ‘Communist Party does not allow Hindu rituals’.
The censor board has also asked the film to remove the word ‘Indian’ from the name ‘Communist Party of India’. On the other hand, in the scenes that CBFC has asked to be removed, the biggest scene includes the interview of a former Chief Minister of Kerala.
‘The Kerala Story’ has been produced under the production of Vipul Amrutlal Shah and directed by Sudipto Sen. The film depicts the story of four women from Kerala, who are converted to Islam to join ISIS. Since the release of the film’s trailer and teaser, there is a lot of politics going on about it. Political parties like Congress Party and Communist Party of India have opposed it.
Political parties have raised objections regarding the distribution of the film. These parties say that the image of Kerala is being shown in a negative way through this film. Recently, the CPI-M and the Indian Union Muslim League have demanded a ban on the film in Kerala.