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Ram Gopal Varma supports ‘The Kerala Story’, questions ‘death like silence of Bollywood’

Filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma has come out in support of ‘The Kerala Story’, questioning the “death like silence of Bollywood” on the success of the film. He took to Twitter on Sunday to call the Sudipto Sen directorial a ‘ghostly mirror’, reflecting the ‘dead face of mainstream Bollywood’.

The controversy surrounding ‘The Kerala Story’

The film has been embroiled in controversy since the release of its trailer as it claimed that over 32000 women from Kerala were forced to convert to Islam and recruited to ISIS. Although the figure was later omitted from the trailer, it continued to draw criticism.

RGV’s support and criticism of Bollywood

In his tweets, Ram Gopal Varma wrote that “it’s difficult to learn from #KeralaStory because it’s easy to copy a lie but very difficult to copy truth”. He also added that the movie will “haunt like a mysterious fog in every story discussion room and every corporate house in Bollywood forever”. He concluded by stating that the death-like silence of Bollywood on the shattering success of The Kerala Story is due to their comfort in telling lies to both themselves and others.

Support from other celebrities

RGV is not alone in his support for the film. Other celebrities, including veteran actor Shabana Azmi and Kangana Ranaut, have also condemned those who demanded a ban on ‘The Kerala Story’. Even actor Manu Rishi Chadha emphasized the importance of never banning any form of art, stating that “the entire industry will speak up” if the definition of ban widens.

‘The Kerala Story’ cast and box office performance

‘The Kerala Story’, starring Adah Sharma, Yogita Bihani, Siddhi Idnani and Sonia Balani in lead roles, released on May 5. Despite the controversy, the movie has managed to earn a business of ₹187 crore at the box office.

Overall, Ram Gopal Varma’s support for ‘The Kerala Story’ and criticism of Bollywood’s silence on it highlights the importance of voicing one’s opinions and ensuring that the truth prevails.

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