'The Kerala Story': Adah Sharma spouts, 'We Haven't Shown Kerala In Any Derogatory Light'


According to Adah Sharma, her forthcoming movie “The Kerala Story” hasn't portrayed Kerala in a “derogatory light.”

Adah posted a photo on Twitter of herself wearing a pink saree and a gajra in her hair.

She stated: “After watching the two minute trailer, many senior persons in high posts commented on #TheKeralaStory.”

I hope they can all spare two hours out of their hectic schedules to see the movie since my parents have always urged me to respect my elders. They'll no doubt notice that we didn't portray Kerala in a negative light. Hello, hind.

Actress Adah Sharma portrays Fathima Ba, a Hindu Malayali nurse who was one of the 32,000 women who vanished from Kerala and was later recruited by the ISIS (Islamic State of Iraq and Syria) after being forced to convert to Islam, in the movie “The Kerala Story.”

The movie, which was directed by Sudipto Sen, depicts the tale of four ladies and how they transitioned from being typical college students in Kerala to joining a terrorist outfit.

The movie has drawn criticism for presenting itself as a true narrative and for falsely alleging that ISIS is enlisting hundreds of Keralan women who have been converted to Islam. It is accused of advocating the Sangh Parivar's goals.


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