The Kerala Story BO Day 21: Adah Sharma’s ‘The Kerala Story’ earnings are continuously decreasing, 21st day collection is the lowest

The Kerala Story BO Day 21,Director Sudipto Sen’s ‘The Kerala Story’ has created a stir in the country with its sensitive subjects. The film surrounded by many controversies was given a lot of love by the audience and it also earned a lot. In India, The Kerala Story’ was successful in crossing the Rs 200 crore mark. With this the film year 2023 The second biggest hit film has also been made. However, now the earnings of ‘The Kerala Story’ are decreasing at the box office. Let us know how many crores the film has done on the 21st day of its release.

,The Kerala Story’ have 20How many crores did he earn on that day?
‘The Kerala Story’ was released in theaters on 5 May. While a section of people called it a propaganda film, many people appreciated it. Despite being surrounded by controversies, the film was successful in entering the Rs 200 crore club on its 18th day in theatres. However, this week a gradual decline is being seen in its collection. At the same time, the estimated figures of the 21st day of the film’s release have also come.

According to the early trend report of SacNilk, ‘The Kerala Story’ is estimated to earn Rs 3 crore on its third Thursday i.e. 21st day of its release. After which the total collection of the film has now gone up to Rs 213.17 crore. Although these are estimated figures, there may be slight changes in them after the official numbers come. At the same time, it has to be seen whether the collection of ‘The Kerala Story’ increases on the weekend or not.

Focused on three girls’The Kerala Story’
The story of ‘The Kerala Story’, adorned with strong acting by Adah Sharma, Yogita Bihani, Siddhi Idani and Sonia Balani, is woven around three girls who are converted and included in ISIS. This film came into controversies after the release of the trailer. Many political parties and a community had objected to the film. Even a petition was filed in the Supreme Court demanding a stay on its release.

Although the Supreme Court had said that the Censor Board of Film Certification (CBFC) has certified the film for public viewing. Also asked the makers to add a disclaimer saying that the film is a fictional story and is not inspired by real events.

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