Actress Adah Sharma has make clear the current controversies surrounding her movie, The Kerala Story. In a press release, she clarified that the film offers with the problem of faith being manipulated for terrorist actions, reasonably than making a commentary on faith itself.
Muslim teams have been expressing their disapproval of The Kerala Story for its depiction of sure occasions, comparable to Adah Sharma’s character burning a hijab and Siddhi Idnani’s character spitting on her non-Muslim father as a way to show her conversion to Islam.
Adah defended the film saying, “The movie tells you about folks misusing Islam for terrorism to hitch ISIS (militant teams) camps. So, whoever thinks that movie is about Islam is fallacious. The Kerala Story just isn’t about faith however about terrorism, which doesn’t have a faith. I’m very assured in my faith, so I’d by no means deliver another person’s faith down. All of us dwell in a rustic that shelters all religions, and all of them must be very properly revered.”
The actress additional defined the intentions of the terrorist to get ladies to ISIS camps and facilitate human trafficking, “Their finish aim was that. And once they use all methods and means to attain that aim, I don’t assume it has something to do with faith. They’re making an attempt to govern folks’s minds. I don’t see any religions telling them to govern the minds of individuals.”
The 1920 actress concluded by saying, “Those that are saying it’s about hatred, sure, I need to unfold quite a lot of hatred in opposition to terrorism. And I hope we are able to all as a society get collectively. It must be humanity in opposition to terrorism”.