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The trailor of Vipul Amrutlal Shah’s upcoming movie “The Kerala Story,” which reveals the events behind the disappearance of 32,000 women in the state of Kerala is going viral on the internet.
The teaser promises to be a very authentic, unbiased, and truthful tale of events that shook Kerala. The film, which Sudipto Sen directed under the guidance of Vipul Shah, tells the startling and heartbreaking story of a terrorist organisation manipulating women trafficking from God’s own land.
The straightforward yet powerful trailer tells the story of one such victim, Adah Sharma, who aspired to be a nurse but was stolen from her home and is now imprisoned in Afghanistan as an ISIS terrorist.
The movie is getting ready facing a lot of challenges, however, the producer Vipul Amrutlal Shah was determined. According to reports, director Sudipto Sen travelled to the state and even throughout Arab nations to meet with residents and victims’ relatives.
According to a recent research, almost 32,000 Hindu and Christian females from Kerala and Mangalore have been converted to Islam since 2009, with the majority of them ending up in Syria, Afghanistan, and other ISIS and Haqqani-controlled territories. The film will reveal the facts behind this plot as well as the anguish of these ladies.
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A video has emerged of retired Supreme Court justice Indu Malhotra alleging that the communist governments in India are taking over Hindu temples eyeing its revenue.
Justice Malhotra who was in state to attend various events, including the platinum jubilee celebrations of the Trivandrum Medical College, was heard making the controversial remark in public.
“They (communist governments) want to take over (temples) just because of the revenue. Their problem is the revenue. All over they have taken over only Hindu temples. So Justice Lalit and I said, no, we will not allow it,” Justice Malhotra is heard in the video that was widely shared on social media.
However, the video was shared with a caption “Non-representative, un-diversified and exclusionary social composition of the SC and HC Judges is at the core of the fault-lines in the Indian Judiciary. Deeply rotten, infested #CastiestCollegium” by a user named UrbenShrink.
Indu Malhotra was referring to 2020 Supreme Court case on the Padmanabhaswamy Temple, the verdict of which was delivered by herself and Justice Lalit, who is the present Chief Justice of India. The retired justice paid a visit to the temple and spent a few hours here.
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