Based on 66 votes and 14 reviews
I recently watched "The Kerala Story," and I wanted to share my thoughts with you. It's a thought-provoking film that tackles the sensitive issue of ISIS recruitment from Kerala. I must say, it was quite courageous of the filmmakers to delve into such a controversial topic. The movie does an excellent job of raising awareness about the dangers of radicalization and how it impacts communities. It sheds light on the methods used by extremist groups to manipulate vulnerable individuals, and it humanizes the victims, showing the struggles faced by families and communities affected by radicalization. What's impressive is that "The Kerala Story" manages to maintain a balanced approach. It not only highlights the issue of ISIS recruitment but also portrays the cultural heritage and traditions of Kerala. By doing so, it creates a stark contrast between the beauty of the region's cultural tapestry and the unfortunate reality of extremist influences. I appreciated that the film didn't glorify or sensationalize the topic. Instead, it offers a critical examination of the socio-political factors that contribute to vulnerabilities. It prompts important discussions and helps us understand the underlying reasons behind such issues. The direction, screenplay, and performances in the movie are top-notch. Despite the seriousness of the subject matter, the narrative remains engaging, keeping you invested in the characters and their journeys. The cast delivers powerful and nuanced performances, effectively portraying the emotional turmoil and dilemmas faced by those affected by radicalization. Overall, I found "The Kerala Story" to be a courageous and thought-provoking film. It raises awareness about ISIS recruitment from Kerala and sparks conversations about preventing extremist influences and protecting vulnerable individuals. It's definitely worth watching if you're interested in understanding the complexities surrounding thi
I'm Glad That The Public In General Will Know, What Is Love Jihad, Land Jihad & Etc. Etc. Etc. ... . This Is Very Real, Well Organized System Which Has Been On For Many Many Many Years Old ... . India(Bharat) Needs To Know & The World!!!
This movies is based on fake narrative and fake story to demonize muslims!
Finally someone has the guts to portray the truth about love jihad which has been going on for decades by islamic extremists in India. A must watch for everyone for their own safety.
Awareness is first step to safety. Must watch for all.
Watched it today, exaggerated violence scenes and poor screenplay. Really bad acting and production even though it is a propoganda film with a lot of political funding. Personally feeling ashamed as a hindu, bollywood makers are creating hateful movies for politicians, to scare non kerala people with lies about that state and divide people to take advantage in the upcoming elections.Like how the british did during colonization, divide and rule. Heard the director is next making The UP story, of all the alleged lakhs and lakhs of hindu caste based violences and killings every month in our neighboring Uttar pradesh. Numbers again based on director's guess work it seems. Besharam pseudo hindus destroying hindu values in the country for monetary gains. Kya zamana aa gaya
This movie should be watched with your family to make them aware of thr evil in the world so they are better prepared to deal with the world.
All must watch this movie. Be careful everywhere is going to happen this whatever is showing in this film.
Film promoted heavily by some online scam call centre groups and shady media outlets, rumored to be called Gaumutre gang. Uneducated people in some nothern states of India, who haven't travelled to southern states, might fall for the story and believe parts of it. Watchable if you are of the gaumutre intellect.
Every girl should watch..