“Holy cow! Police and administration team up to harass struggling theater owners over ‘The Kerala Story’? You won’t believe the absurdity of this illegal ban!”

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The Kerala Story: Supreme Court Removes Ban, but Film Not Allowed in Theaters in West Bengal

The film, ‘The Kerala Story,’ has been a topic of controversy ever since its release on May 5. The movie revolves around the topic of girls from Kerala being converted to Islam and raises awareness against terrorism. Though the film tries to raise awareness, some people consider it to be a propaganda film. Consequently, the film was banned in West Bengal. However, the Supreme Court has now passed a verdict in the film’s favor and removed the ban. Yet, the authorities are not allowing theater owners in Bengal to screen the movie.

Shocking and Undemocratic Actions

Vipul Amrutlal Shah, the producer of the film, expressed his dismay over this issue and called it “absolutely shocking”. He further added that the ban violates the Supreme Court’s order and said, “Both states are actually behaving in the most undemocratic way, and it’s shameful to stop the film after a Supreme Court order.”

Threats and Pressure on Theater Owners

Shah revealed that the theater owners are receiving threat calls from the cops and the administration if they open the booking station. Consequently, several theater owners have backed out, and no one is willing to run the film. The theater owners are willing to show the movie as per the Supreme Court’s order, but they are not allowed to do so.

Cast and Crew of ‘The Kerala Story’

The film is directed by Sudipto Sen and stars Yogita Bihani, Sonia Balani, Siddhi Idnani, and Adah Sharma.


The authorities’ actions in not allowing theater owners in West Bengal to screen ‘The Kerala Story’ are a blatant violation of the Supreme Court’s orders. The film tries to raise awareness against terrorism and has been approved by the highest court in the country. Yet, the ban and pressure on theaters continue to prevent the film from reaching its intended audience.

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