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Producer Vipul Shah Breaks Silence On Protest Against The Kerala Story, Says The Film Is…

Sudipto Sen’s film The Kerala Story continues to face protests. This film, embroiled in controversies, has been released, but the controversy is not taking its name to end. Now Vipul Shah, the producer of The Kerala Story has reacted. He said the film does not oppose any community or religion, but attacks terrorism.

The Film Does Not Oppose Islam – Vipul Shah

Vipul Shah in a conversation with Rediff.com breaks his silence on the furore surrounding The Kerala Story. Emphasizing he said, “The film is not against Muslims or Islam, it is against terrorists.” Vipul Shah also said, “The Kerala Story is not against any particular religion or caste. The most relieving thing is that some people were posting angry, nasty and derogatory messages against the film. Three of them rejected the film. Apologized publicly on the same platform after watching it. Now calling it a brilliant film. This is a big proof that what we were saying is right.”

Film Against Terrorism

About The Kerala Story, he further said, “I am sure, with time, as the atmosphere calms down, people will understand that this film is not against anyone, it is against terrorism and we appeal to all of them. who are against terrorism to join us in our fight.”

The Kerala Story stars Adah Sharma, Yogita Bihani, Siddhi Idnani and Sonia Balani in lead roles. The film has been banned in West Bengal and Madhya Pradesh due to the controversy. Talking about the box office collection of the film, it has done well so far. The Kerala Story has done a business of Rs 56.86 crore in the last five days. Now the film is going to release overseas on May 12 as well.

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