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The Kerala Story Trailer Will Give You Goosebumps About Vipul Shah's Hard-Hitting Film About 32,000 Missing Women in the State

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The Kerala Story, directed by Vipul Amrutlal Shah, has finally seen the release of its much-anticipated trailer. The 32,000 women who vanished in Kerala are the subject of the movie's real-life inspiration.

Actor Adah Sharma posted the teaser for The Kerala Story on her Instagram page. The video's description stated: “The Truth Shall Set Us Free! Thousands of innocent women have had their lives deliberately wrecked, radicalised, and converted. It is their account of events. #TheKeralaStoryTrailer is now out! The Kerala Story opens in theatres on May 5. We must #SaveOurDaughters now. Watch:

The Kerala Story's trailer prompted remarks from a number of social media users. One commenter said, “Biggest issue to highlight right now.”

The following remark was made: “This is a real tale. I know a female who has experienced this. She was indoctrinated before being abducted one day and taken to a facility in Malappuram where she was receiving instruction in the Syrian language. She was eventually returned to her home since she was a minor, but by that point she had been so thoroughly indoctrinated that she was making up stories about Hinduism and its culture. She had no idea what was in store for her or that, had she not been located, she would eventually have joined ISIS. They have the full support of the government. The impoverished are unable to engage in judicial battles and win them. Unfortunately, a portion of the god's own land has been transformed into the devil's own kingdom. There are several instances of this, yet some individuals still believe it to be propaganda.

Adah Sharma plays the protagonist character in The Kerala Story, which is directed and produced by Vipul Shah. The actress will portray 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. Fathima was one of the 32,000 women who were later recruited by the ISIS.

Speaking about the movie, Vipul Shah said that its purpose is to raise awareness of the plot against our nation. “The film will reveal many long-hidden realities since it is a compilation of years of study and genuine tales that have never been dared to be spoken before. It will expose the grave risk that radicalization presents to the ladies of our country and raise awareness of the plot against India.

On May 5, 2023, The Kerala Story will be shown in cinemas.


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