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‘The Kerala Story’: Makers advocate intentions; say ‘number does not matter, issue’s gravity does’

Amid the ongoing controversy over the upcoming contentious film ‘The Kerala Story’, the makers of the film on April 29 in Mumbai advocated the intentions of the movie and justified their reasoning behind making the movie on a sensitive matter. Stressing on the gravity of the film’s issue, the maker said that the number of ‘32,000’ girls, which is currently in the eye of the storm, does not matter. “You will not ask this question after watching the film. The number is not important. We said that 32,000 girls left their homes, we didn’t say that they joined ISIS. We even filed an RTI to know about the whereabouts of these girls. But Kerala Police have still not given us a number of the vanished girls. It’s better if you watch the film and then make comments on the number of girls who vanished,” Indian film director Sudipto Sen said. The Kerala Story is currently garnering a lot of backlash from the Indian National Congress and the Communist Party of India (Marxist) party over its context. The movie is padded around the 2016 Kerala case where several girls went reportedly missing and were reportedly converted to join ISIS.

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