Recently, the Supreme Court has completely lifted the ban imposed on ‘The Kerala Story’ in West Bengal. After which the way has been cleared for the release of this controversial film in the state. At the same time, theater and multiplex owners of West Bengal are saying that in many halls ‘the slots for the next 2 weeks are full’. The news says that the theater owners have said that they will not be able to cancel the already booked slots and after two or three weeks the screening of the film directed by Sudipto Sen is also being estimated.
‘The Kerala Story’ being shown in this hall of Bengal There are reports that most of the halls in Bengal have refused to screen ‘The Kerala Story’ but a single screen in Bangaon in North North 24 Parganas has started showing the film. Let us inform that, almost houseful shows are happening for them and tremendous response is also being given from the audience. Interestingly, the music director of ‘The Kerala Story’, Bishakh Jyoti, hails from Bongaon and is very excited to know that despite all the controversies and alleged threat calls, Srima Hall is finally showing ‘The Kerala Story’.
Bishakha Jyoti is happy that the movie is shown in the hall of her city: Talking to the media, music director Bishakh Jyoti said, “I am very happy that a cinema hall in my city is showing our movie, while most of the halls in Bengal are still reluctant to give space to ‘The Kerala Story’. I have heard that distributors and hall owners are getting calls asking not to screen the movie. I think not only Shrima but probably some other theatres, especially single-screen theatres, have also screened the movie. Have started showing it. We have full estimate that soon it is going to be shown in many more halls of West Bengal.
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