Movie makers announced on Saturday that, following the commercial success of ‘The Kerala Story’ in India. The film will screen for the students of the Film and Television Institute of India (FTII).
The director of the movie, Sudipto Sen, explores the story of women who compelled to convert to Islam for recruitment by the terrorist group Islamic State (IS). Vipul Shah’s Sunshine Pictures produces the movie.
Vipul Shah said that the team is very excited to meet their own people in the institute. The institute is the future of the industry that is getting ready in FTII. He also said that it would be interesting to know how the students will be looking at the movie and their thoughts about it.
The movie has released on May 5 and has received huge applaud from certain section of society and huge criticism from other.
Similarly, different state governments responded to the movie differently. Many BJP ruled states made the movie tax-free.
Whereas, many opposition party-led government tried to hinder the movie release in their state.
CM Mamata Banerjee banned the movie West Bengal. However, the move has stayed by the court. On Thursday, the Supreme Court stayed the West Bengal government’s order banning the film in the state .
And asked the Tamil Nadu government to ensure the safety of the moviegoers instead of hindering the movie’s release.