'The Kerala Story,' was publicised by the valiant and brave Vipul Amrutlal Shah. It has been released, and the audience is thoroughly enjoying it. The audience is enthralled, riveted, and eager to watch and rewatch the challenging movie. The sensitive topic of ISIS recruitment from Kerala is addressed in the film 'The Kerala Story,' which also exposes the racket by using the testimonies of three girls as examples. The film's reputation is strong and expanding globally thanks to the topic's continued importance and Vipul Shah's masterful direction.
'The Kerala Story' is based on real-life accounts of girls who were kidnapped, used as tools of manipulation, then abandoned by their families. The movie digs into the life story of a lady who changed religions and her trauma of how she was misled and exploited by religious vanguards, transformed into an ISIS terrorist, and transported to Syria. She had originally planned to become a nurse. While these girls wished for better lives, fate instead penned a terrible story for them. Sadly, this makes society and their family reluctant to accept them back, which causes catastrophic changes in these girls' lives. Some become sex slaves or suicide bombers, while others are still unsure of how to proceed in the face of this rapid transition in life. (Also Read: The Kerala Story: OMG! Adah Sharma And Filmmaker Sudipto Sen Both Escape A Car Accident Amid Death Threats (View Tweet))
Vipul Amrutlal Shah, who published the tale, has chosen to take action to support these young women in order to improve their life. On Wednesday, Vipul Shah will have a crucial conference where he will unveil something significant.
The movie, which was released on 5 May 2023 in India, is becoming more and more well-known everywhere. The genuine discussions around 'The Kerala Story' have already begun to take up space as everyone's attention is focused on the movie. Although the movie was exclusively distributed in India, the rapid increase in interest among a global audience allowed international distributors to ask the filmmakers for more prints. Eventually, 'The Kerala Story' spread over the world, and the audience was moved by its moving plot. (Also Read: The Kerala Story Review: A thought-provoking tale of twisted reality)
Sunshine Pictures, which is owned by Vipul Amrutlal Shah, is responsible for the production, development, and distribution of 'The Kerala Story.' The cast is led by Adah Sharma, Yogita Bihani, Sonia Balani, and Siddhi Idnani. Sunshine Pictures Private Limited, which was formed by Vipul Amrutlal Shah and is the producer, creative director, and co-writer of the film co-produced by Aashin A Shah and directed by Sudipto Sen, is the source of funding for 'The Kerala Story.'