The Kerala Story: Censor Board’s scissors on the movie, many scenes of the film blown up with ‘A’ certification.
Central Board of Film Certification On The Kerala Story: Vipul Shah and Sudipto Sen’s upcoming film The Kerala Story has been in the news for its content.
The trailer of the film has created a ruckus since its release. Now the scissors of the censor board have gone on many scenes of the film.
The film got an ‘A’ certificate.
After the controversy over The Kerala Story, a petition was also filed in the court to stop the release.
However, the court refused to stop the release of the film. Now The Kerala Story has got an ‘A’ certificate from the censor board.
Meaning of ‘A’ certificate.
Any film getting an ‘A’ certificate from the censor board means that only adults can watch it.
This category of CBFC prohibits a person below the age of 18 years from viewing the film in cinema halls and movie halls.
Scissors on 10 scenes.
Along with giving an ‘A’ certificate to The Kerala Story, the board has also cut 10 scenes. As reported by ETimes, the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) has deleted 10 scenes from The Kerala Story.
However, till now the filmmakers have not officially told about the deletion and certification of the scenes.
Shashi Tharoor expressed objection.
After the trailer release of The movie, several communities, from common people to politics, raised objections.
The film’s trailer also irked Congress leader and Kerala’s Thiruvananthapuram city MP Shashi Tharoor. Apart from him, Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan reacted strongly against the film.
Offer one crore.
Muslim Youth League Kerala has reportedly offered up to Rs 1 crore reward, which is going viral on Twitter.
The post said that if anyone could prove the allegation that 32,000 Keralite women were converted and taken to Syria, they would be given Rs 1 crore.
Film release date.
Adah Sharma is playing the lead role in the movie. The film will be released in theaters on 5 May. The story of the film is written by Sudipto Sen and he has also directed it.
At the same time, Vipul Shah took command of the direction along with the production.
The film depicts the story of 32,000 women from Kerala, who were allegedly Islamized and sent to terrorist organizations.