Kangana Ranaut on 'The Kerala Story' ban: 'It's unconstitutional'
Kangana Ranaut says the ban on 'The Kerala Story' by some states is not correct
Actress Kangana Ranaut has come out in support of the film The Kerala Story amid the demand for a ban.
When the Queen actress was asked about the ban on the film by some states in India, she reacted by saying that it is unconstitutional.
She stated: “Banning a film which has been passed by the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) amounts to insulting the constitution. The ban on ‘The Kerala Story’ by some states is not correct.”
She further said: “When a film is approved by the censor board, which is a government body, then it should not be opposed."
“When a film like The Kerala Story is made, people’s complaint is redressed. Such films help the film industry,” the Fashion actress added.
The Kerala Story has come under fire after its trailer made the unfounded assertion that 32,000 women from Kerala had gone missing and joined ISIS.
The film was released in theaters on May 5 and grossed over INR 200 crore at the box office.
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