Kangana Ranaut agrees with Shabana Azmi’s comments on The Kerala Story Bollywood

Kangana Ranaut on Monday took to Twitter to show her support for Shabana Azmi who tweeted about the controversial film The Kerala Story. Shabana has questioned those who are demanding a ban on the film. It claims to be based on a dangerous conspiracy against India, as part of which many young women from Kerala were recruited to join the terrorist organization ISIS. read more: Kerala Story Box Office Day 3 Collection: Sudipto Sen film collected 16 crore, showing the highest growth ever


Kangana Ranaut responds to Shabana Azmi’s tweet on The Kerala Story.



After The Kerala Story was pulled from theaters in Tamil Nadu on Sunday amid threats, Shabana said it was as wrong as demanding a ban on Aamir Khan-starrer Lal Singh Sada. The veteran actor tweeted, “People talking about banning #TheKeralaStory are just as wrong as Aamir Khan’s #LalSingh wants to ban Saada. Once a film is passed by the Central Board of Film Censorship, no one is entitled to any additional constitutional authority.

Responding to his tweet, Kangana said, “This is the right thing to do except that no one has demanded a ban on LSC and we don’t want to see it for many reasons. A very popular old Hollywood classic that most people have already seen…”



Kangana Ranaut responds to Shabana Azmi’s tweet.

While some are demanding a ban on the film, some are demanding tax exemption in BJP-ruled states. On Sunday, Information and Broadcasting Minister Anurag Thakur lashed out at the opposition and said that those opposing the Kerala Katha movie are supporters of the banned PFI and terror outfit ISIS.



„Kerala Kathi is not just a film. Some people who want to drag women to the path of terrorism, their faces are exposed in this film. Some political parties are against it. Support BFI if they protest. , Terrorism and ISIS.

Meanwhile, Kerala Story showed tremendous growth on Sunday 16 crores. Directed by Sudipto Sen, the film stars Adah Sharma, Yogita Bihani, Siddhi Itnani and Sonia Balani.

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