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The Kerala Story: The teaser of the film based on the adaptation released

As per the teaser of The Kerala Story, more than 32,000 Hindu and Christian women were trafficked from Kerala and sold to terrorist organizations like ISIS.

The Kerala Story: 'The Kashmir Files' followed by 'The Kerala Story';  Teaser release of film based on conversion...

Director Vivek Agnihotri has made 'The Kashmir Files' a film based on the genocide of Kashmiri Hindus.  The film literally stunned the audience.  After the bumper success of this film, now producer Vipul Amrutlal Shah is coming up with a film on such a serious subject.  The film is titled 'The Kerala Story' and will highlight the brutality of trafficking and conversion of thousands of women in Kerala.  The teaser of the film was released on Tuesday (March 22)

What's in the teaser?  Over 12 years, thousands of Hindu and Christian women were trafficked from Kerala and forced to convert to ISIS and other Muslim countries.  The teaser based on the film begins with a question on the screen, in which the audience is asked how would you feel if your daughter did not come home at midnight.  Since then, thousands of girls have gone missing from Kerala in 12 years and are yet to return to their homes.

Trafficking of 32 thousand women... The then VS, who was the Chief Minister of Kerala from 2006 to 2011.  A video of Achuthanandan is shown.  In this he says, "The Popular Front wants to make Kerala an Islamic state.  Like the banned NDF, its aim is to make Kerala a Muslim state in the next 20 years." According to the data shown in the teaser, more than 32,000 women from Kerala have been trafficked and sold to ISIS.  Sudipta Sen is the writer and director of 'The Kerala Story'.


Director Sudipto Sen, who made trafficked women 'sexual slaves', said, "A recent report says that since 2009, around 32,000 girls in Kerala have been converted from Hindu and Christian to Islam, of whom  Most have been deported to Syria, Afghanistan. and Afghanistan. Others ISIS. According to Sudipto, he has done a lot of research on the subject before the film. During the research, he also learned that some girls were kidnapped and trafficked in Afghanistan.  Missing in Syrian prisons was done through the found.