The Kerala Story is minting big money at the box office despite controversies and backlash.
The Kerala Story, produced by Vipul Shah has received conflicting reviews from viewers. Due to its delicate issue, some even referred to it as propaganda. The film, which features Adah Sharma in the lead role, explores the serious issue of religious conversions and centres on three women. The Kerala Story, which Sudipto Sen directed, is making a lot of money at the box office amid criticism and controversy. In three weeks, it brought in Rs. 198 crore.
The Kerala Story will, at the very least, tomorrow morning, join the Rs. 200 Crore Club. With a current value of Rs. 198 crores, it is now just about Rs. 2 crores away from the significant milestone. The Kerala Story was released on May 5 in the midst of all the controversy surrounding it. Its box office performance was unaltered even after multiple controversies. The Kerala Story was able to surpass Rs 150 crore (nett) in box office receipts on May 16. It is now prepared to join the Rs 200 crore club.
Adah Sharma's portrayal of a Hindu woman from Kerala is the focus of The Kerala Story. She is transferred to Syria where she is coerced into converting to Islam and forced to join the terrorist group ISIS. There, she suffers torment.
The Kerala Story is produced, developed, and distributed by Vipul Shah's Sunshine Pictures. Adah Sharma leads the cast along with Yogita Bihani, Sonia Balani and Siddhi Idnani. The Kerala Story is bankrolled by Sunshine Pictures Private Limited, founded by Vipul Amrutlal Shah who is the Producer, Creative Director and the co-writer of the film, which is co-produced by Aashin A Shah and directed by Sudipto Sen.