Producer of the movie “The Kerala Story,” Vipul Amrutlal Shah, believes that his film has given a voice to all girls who have fallen prey to Kerala’s extensive terror network.
The movie “The Kerala Story” has gained widespread attention since its release. The movie is doing well at the box office despite numerous controversies surrounding it. In a press conference on Wednesday, the film’s producer, Vipul Amrutlal Shah, the director, Sudipto Sen, and the cast revealed 26 actual victims of the terror hub who shared their stories with the country.
Vipul Shah said about these victims, “These girls are very brave and have been facing many difficulties. It takes courage to talk to the country’s people about what happened to them. Our film ‘The Kerala Story’ has given a voice to the victims of the terror hub in Kerala, and their initiative should not go in vain now.”
The film “The Kerala Story” tells the tale of Keralan ladies who become Muslims and enlist in the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria.
Talking about the response, the film is getting, the Director-Producer said, “This has been a special film. It has impacted many lives, but we still have a long way to go. The film stirred many controversies and allegations, but the audience answered all that with love. People have accepted the film, and they have appreciated the film.
Source: News Desk