The Kerala Story Box Office Collection Day 23: The film has grossed a total of Rs 220.07 crore, so far, in India.
The Kerala Story Box Office Collection Day 23: Adah Sharma’s film Kerala’s history it has now crossed the Rs 200 crore mark at the box office. Despite facing numerous controversies upon its release on May 5, the film experienced a small drop in performance at the start of the third week. However, it has since picked up momentum. The first estimates for the third week indicate that Kerala’s history performed well on the 23rd.
Amid various controversies, Kerala’s history made its theatrical debut on May 5. Overall, the movie has done moderately well at the box office. On May 26, Kerala’s history it recorded its lowest collection of Rs 2.50 crore since its launch. However, on 27 May, the film picked up momentum, probably due to the weekend, and earned Rs 4.10 crore at the box office. With this, the total gross of the film now stands at Rs 220.07 crore.
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About the history of Kerala:
Kerala’s history revolves around the journey of a Hindu woman from Kerala, played by Adah Sharma, who undergoes indoctrination to convert her to Islam. She is then sent to Syria, where she is forced to join the ISIS terrorist organization and subjected to torture. Apart from Adah Sharma, the film also stars Sonia Balani, Yogita Bihani and Siddhi Idnani in important roles.
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Directed by Sudipto Sen and produced by Vipul Amrutlal Shah, the film attracted scrutiny since the release of its trailer. The film initially claimed that 32,000 Kerala women were forced to convert and later join the Islamic State (ISIS) terrorist organization. However, amid the controversies surrounding the film, this number was later revised to three.
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The film faced a shadow ban in Tamil Nadu, while West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee also placed a ban on its screening in the state.
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