The movie starring Bollywood actress Adah Sharma has dominated theatres since its May 5 debut. Before it was even released, the movie was the subject of a political dispute that received a lot of media attention. Even after receiving criticism from several organisations and authorities, The Kerala Story was still able to make an impression at the ticket counter. The Sudipto Sen-directed film made Rs 11.22 crore on Day 2 after a stellar debut, and early predictions indicate that Day 3's take will be just as spectacular.
Day three box office results for The Kerala Story
The Kerala Story, a movie directed by Vipul Amrutlal Shah, allegedly made over Rs 16.60 crore on Day 3. Although specific figures are not yet available, the movie made an incredible amount of money in its first week. The movie could still be able to surpass the Rs 50 crore milestone in the next few days, even if it is anticipated to slow down over the course of the week.
The Kerala Story Disputation:
Actress Adah Sharma portrays Fathima Ba, a Hindu Malayali nurse who was one of the 32,000 women who vanished from Kerala and later joined the ISIS (Islamic State of Iraq and Syria) after being compelled to convert to Islam, in the movie “The Kerala Story.” The movie also exposes the 'Love Jihad' propaganda, in which Muslim males coerce Hindu girls into becoming Muslims and leaving their families.
A petition was started against the movie shortly after its trailer was published, claiming that it included the “worst kind of hate speech” and “audio-visual propaganda.” Many political figures criticised the movie and said that its creators were inventing the number “32000 women” and making false claims that it was based on a true incident.