Adah Sharma’s popular film ‘The Kerala Story’ has created a huge controversy with some people raising questions. Amidst this controversy, however, Vipul Shah’s film has earned strong box office in its opening weekend. Speaking of which, Vivek Agnihotri’s The Kashmir Files released last year has also left behind.
Box Office Collection Day 3 of The Kerala Story
Kerala Story directed by Sudipto Sen has been receiving mixed reviews since its release. However, the film is doing wonders at the box office and earning a lot of money. It has been three days since the release of the film and every day the collection of ‘The Kerala Story’ has increased. Talking about the figures, ‘The Kerala Story’ did a business of 8.3 crores on the first day. After this, the film’s earnings surged on Saturday and did a business of Rs 11.22 crore.
At the same time, the preliminary figures of the film’s Sunday earnings are also in, according to which ‘The Kerala Story’ has grown significantly. As reported by Saknilk, ‘The Kerala Story’ has collected 16.50 crores on its third day of release i.e. Sunday. With this, the total earnings of the film have now reached Rs 35.75 crore. Although these are estimated figures, the numbers may change slightly after the official data comes in.
Leaving the Kashmir files behind too
It earned Rs 3.55 crore on the first day, Rs 8.50 crore on the second day and Rs 15.10 crore on the third day. Thus, compared to The Kerala Story, the film grossed Rs. 27.15 crores which by the end of the first week was Rs. Earned 35 crores. Then The Kerala Story has earned more than 35 crores in 3 days.
Why is there a controversy on ‘The Kerala Story’?
Starring Ada Sharma, Yogita Bihani, Siddhi Idnani and Sonia Balani, ‘The Kerala Story’ was earlier officially described as the story of 32,000 Kerala women who were allegedly brainwashed by Islamic fundamentalists. was washed and used for jihad. However, due to the protests, the film was changed from 32 thousand to three women. People are accusing people of spreading a wrong agenda on this issue and the opposition government is also protesting in this matter.