Ada Sharma’s response to The Kerala Story being called ‘Islamophobic’, said – Freedom of thought is not beheaded

Adah Sharma – The Kerala Story

actress Adah Sharma these days my film The Kerala Story She is enjoying the success and the first blockbuster film of her career. The film has done a business of over 200 crores in India. Apart from this, it is the first female lead film to have registered these figures. On the other hand, according to the report, Worldwide The Kerala Story has earned 300 crores.

The story of the film is based on the conversion of young Hindu women in Kerala before joining the terrorist organization Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS). Due to which there is a lot of controversy regarding the film. At the same time, some people have also termed The Kerala Story as ‘Islamophobic’. Now the statement of the film’s lead actress Ada Sharma has come to the fore on this matter.

Ada Sharma said during her recent interview that she has told the story of a Muslim girl, after seeing which people’s views have changed a lot. According to the actress, her director used to receive messages from a Muslim girl. She used to abuse him every day after the release of the trailer and said how can you make an Islamophobic film?

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Talking about the girl’s reaction after watching The Kerala Story, Adah said, she sent a message after watching the film. She was very happy after watching the film. He said that he saw the film and he is really trying to tell them something about how people are misusing Islam. You are actually serving our religion and our religion is not like that.

Ada Sharma further told that according to her, any religion or saint of the world will ask you to do something which is harmful to humanity. She is happy that she lives in a country where there is freedom of thought and freedom of speech. Your head is not cut off for freedom of thought. Apart from this, he also asked to watch the film.