Entertainment Desk: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has banned the controversial Hindi movie ‘The Kerala Story’ after Tamil Nadu. This decision was informed from West Bengal State Secretariat Nabanna.
Quoting Navanna, the report of Anandabazar informed that it was decided to ban ‘The Kerala Story’ in West Bengal to maintain peace and harmony. The Chief Minister feels that the scenes shown in this movie can be dangerous for the peace and order of the state.
Earlier, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi praised ‘The Kerala Story’. However, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Navanne questioned the relevance of ‘The Kerala Story’ in a press conference.
Mamata Banerjee criticized ‘The Kerala Story’ at the press conference – ‘Political parties are playing with fire. They are trying to create differences on caste-religion-caste. Why The Kashmir Files? To harass a community. The Kerala Story? He is also a false and distorted story.’
The story of ‘The Kerala Story’ is about Kerala women who converted to IS. The number of women converted in the film is the most controversial. Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan raised strong objections to the film. He says it is a ‘propaganda’ movie, not the story of his state in any way.
An application was also made to cancel the release of the film. But last Tuesday, the Supreme Court of India rejected that application. Amid various controversies, ‘The Kerala Story’ finally got the censor certificate subject to 10 scenes being cut. The film was released in theaters in India last Friday. Source: Anandabazar
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