Entertainment Desk: Controversy continues over the film ‘The Kerala Story’. After the film was banned in this state, director Raj Chakraborty opened up. This time Boney Sengupta opened his mouth.
Sandeep Sen’s film ‘The Kerala Story’ was banned in the state on May 8. Since then, Tolipara has been practically divided into two parts due to this ban. Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee took this decision to maintain law and order and peace in the state. Is this decision right? Tollywood director and Trinamool MLA Raj Chakraborty expressed his opinion in this regard a few days ago.
This time actor Boney Sengupta opened up about ‘The Kerala Story’. On Wednesday morning, the actor went to perform puja at the Jagannath temple in Kamarhati Rathtala. It is there that Boni is seen distributing prasad to the devotees. Then when he was asked about ‘The Kerala Story’, he said, “No movie should ever be banned.
After getting the clearance from the Censor Board, there is no place to ban it.” How does he see this decision of the state government? Boney said, “Didi (Mamata Banerjee) must have taken this decision after thinking about something. I still haven’t seen the film myself. It is not right to talk about the Chief Minister’s decision. But I want to see the film.”
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Talking about ‘The Kerala Story’ directed by Sudipta Sen, Raj had earlier told the media, “Cinema is weaponized in every case. Our industry is targeted everywhere. It is used everywhere in a variety of ways.” A case has already been filed in the Supreme Court against the West Bengal government on behalf of the makers to ban this film in the state. Hearing of that case on Wednesday.