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Here the theater received a threat regarding the release of The Kerala Story

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Ada Sharma starrer The Kerala Story has been mired in controversies ever since its trailer launch. From the banning of the film to its success at the box office, the film has been making headlines for a long time due to one reason or another. The story of this film directed by Sudipto Sen is in discussion. However, the film is also getting people’s love. After India, when the film was released in more than 40 countries, many people liked it a lot, but some people showed The Kerala Story as propaganda. Currently, a big news has come out about the film. Several media reports have claimed that a theater in Mauritius has received a bomb threat due to the screening of The Kerala Story.

 

A letter sent by Vipul Shah, the producer of The Kerala Story, to the theater owner

Several media reports have claimed that Vipul Shah, the producer of The Kerala Story, has sent a letter to a theater franchise in Mauritius threatening terrorist organization ISIS to bomb the theater. According to reports, a theater owner in Mauritius has sent this letter to the producer, which reads, Sir/Madam, Makin will end tomorrow because we are putting bombs in your cinema hall. You want to see a movie. Mark our words, Kal Friday we are bombarding The Kerala Story at Mackin Theatre. It is also being said that security has been increased here after this threat. So far there is no official confirmation from anyone other than producer Vipul Shah, director Sudipto Sen.

 

How much did The Kerala Story earn?

Directed by Sudipto Sen, The Kerala Story has been a huge hit at the domestic box office as well as internationally. The film has done a business of 273 crores worldwide. Apart from this, the film grossed ₹224.66 crore in India.