New Delhi: Vipul Shah’s directorial The Kerala Story has highly impacted the audience with its thought-provoking storyline that highlights the sensitive issue of ISIS recruitment from Kerala. While the film has left a significant impact on the hearts of the audience, the film is doing remarkably well in terms of box office and the numbers are only increasing.
The Kerala Story is not slowing down any time soon. It is only on the growing surge and has been resulting in smashing numbers at the box office. The Kerala Story’s box office numbers recorded a massive drop on the 11th day. The Kerala Story ranked around Rs 10 crore on the second Monday and the film’s total box office collections stand at Rs 147.04.
#TheKeralaStory is not slowing down soon… Hits double digits on [second] Mon, HIGHER than [first] Mon – ₹ 10.03 cr… All set to cross ₹ 150 cr today [second Tue], [Week 2] Fri 12.35 cr, Sat 19.50 cr, Sun 23.75 cr, Mon 10.30 cr. Total: ₹ 147.04 cr. #India biz. #boxoffice pic.twitter.com/yJ7V8dpQuV— Taran Adarsh (@taran_adarsh) May 16, 2023
While the film was initially exclusively distributed in India, the sudden surge in global interest prompted international distributors to approach the filmmakers for further prints. Eventually, ‘The Kerala Story’ swept over the world, and the audience was captivated by its moving plot.
The Kerala Story is produced, developed, and distributed by Sunshine Pictures which is owned by Vipul Amrutlal Shah. Adah Sharma leads the cast along with Yogita Bihani, Sonia Balani and Siddhi Idnani. The Kerala Story is bankrolled by Sunshine Pictures Private Limited, founded by Vipul Amrutlal Shah who is the Producer, Creative Director and the co-writer of the film film co-produced by Aashin A Shah and directed by Sudipto Sen.