The Kerala Story Box Office Collection Day 35: Waning success for Adah Sharma film in theaters


The Kerala Story Box Office Take Day 35: The total take of the controversial film now stands at approximately Rs 238.47 crore.

Kerala’s history Box office collection Day 35: Film by Sudipto Sen, Kerala’s history, is experiencing a decline in box office earnings. He constantly earns around Rs 50 lakh to Rs 60 lakh per day. Despite its initial success, it appears that Kerala’s history It will be pulled from theaters in the near future. On June 7, the film earned approximately Rs 50 lakhs. However, these figures are still commendable considering the initial ban on Kerala’s history in Bengal and its absence in Tamil Nadu theaters.

Despite the controversies surrounding Kerala’s history, the film was released in theaters on May 5 and performed brilliantly at the box office. It even passed the Rs 200 crore milestone on the 18th. However, its collection slowed down afterwards. According to early trade estimates, on the 35th day of June 8, the film earned around Rs 50 lakhs. As a result, the total collection of Kerala’s history it now sits at approximately Rs 238.47 crore, gradually approaching the Rs 240 crore mark. On June 8, the film had an overall occupancy of 13.65 percent in Hindi.

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About Kerala history:

the plot of Kerala’s history revolves around a Hindu woman from Kerala, played by Adah Sharma, who is manipulated into adopting Islam and then sent to Syria. There, she is forced to join the terrorist organization ISIS and she experiences immense suffering and torture. Directed by Sudipto Sen and produced by Vipul Amrutlal Shah, the film has garnered a lot of attention and scrutiny ever since its trailer was released.

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Initially, the film claimed that 32,000 Kerala women were forced to convert and join the Islamic State. However, amid the controversies surrounding the film, the number was later revised to three. Apart from Adah Sharma, the film also stars Sonia Balani, Yogita Bihani and Siddhi Idnani in major roles.

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