The Kerala Story Box Office Take Day 30: The cumulative box office take of the film now stands at approximately Rs 234.2 crore.
The Kerala Story Box Office Collection Day 30: After a successful month-long run in theaters, Kerala’s history now it is struggling to attract footfall to theaters. The film garnered a strong initial response, and despite receiving mixed reviews, achieved significant success at the box office. Joining the exclusive league of movies that have passed the Rs 200 crore milestone, Kerala’s history it emerged as one of the standout releases of the year.
Although on its 30th day of release, the film managed to earn just Rs 1.60 crore in various languages, this figure reflects an increase of Rs 50 lakhs compared to its Friday take, indicating that the film continues to attract audiences to despite facing competition.
The cumulative box office taking of the film now stands at approximately Rs 234.2 crore. Although it may not reach the milestone of Rs 250 crore, the overall performance of the film is still commendable.
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About Kerala history:
Kerala’s history It has become a major topic of conversation in recent times. While some labeled the film’s story propaganda, others praised its daring and captivating narrative. Directed by Sudipto Sen, the film stars Adah Sharma, Yogita Bihani and other talented actors. The production of Kerala’s history It was performed by Vipul Shah.
Initially, the film claimed that 32,000 Kerala women were forced to convert and join the Islamic State (ISIS) terror group. However, amid the controversies surrounding the film, the number was later revised to three.
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In Kerala’s history, Adah Sharma plays the character of a Hindu woman from Kerala. The narrative revolves around her journey as she is manipulated into adopting Islam and later sent to Syria, where she becomes part of the ISIS terrorist group. Her experiences in the region involve enduring intense torture and hardship.
The film encountered a shadow ban in Tamil Nadu, with West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee also banning its screening in the state.