Countless instances of cruelty and deception have been told throughout human history. One such case comes from our own country, where a terrorist organisation has raised its head in another country. Vipul Amrutlal Shah, a filmmaker, and Sudipto Sen, a writer and director, are preparing to tell a terrifying storey about women trafficking in Kerala!
A small clip from the film depicts a state dignitary discussing the continuous systematic kidnapping and trafficking of thousands of young women from Kerala to ISIS and other war-torn areas throughout the world. According to statistics, more than 32,000 women have been trafficked, and the issue is still a major worry today! Kerala is undergoing a secret operation to convert it into an Islamic state, among other things.
According to producer Vipul Amrutlal Shah, “This is a human tragedy that will leave you in a state of shock. I was in tears in the first meeting when Sudipto came and told me about it, along with his three-to-four-year research. That was the day I made the decision to make this movie. I’m delighted we’re making progress on the film, and we want to produce a really real, unbiased, and true account of events.”
“According to a recent investigation, approximately 32,000 Hindu and Christian females from Kerala and Mangalore have been converted to Islam since 2009, with the majority of them landing in Syria, Afghanistan, and other ISIS and Haqqani-controlled areas!” says writer and director Sudipto Sen. Despite admitting these realities, the government is unlikely to devise a comprehensive strategy to counter such massive multinational conspiracies led by ISIS-affiliated groups.
Kerala and Mangalore are currently the epicentres of the most of the subcontinent’s recent atrocities. NIA is investigating only 99 instances, even though there have been around 32,000 disappearances of young girls in Kerala and Mangalore. Religious conversion has spread like wildfire across Kerala, thanks to a well-established brainwashing network.
During our investigation and trips throughout the region, we witnessed the mothers of the eloped daughters crying. Some of them were discovered in Afghan and Syrian prisons. Some people have never had a trial. The majority of the girls were married to ISIS militants and had children with them. They’re in for a bleak, bleak future. The goal of this essential film is to hear the cries of all the mothers who have lost their daughters.”
A storyline that will tug at the viewers’ emotions as it exposes a captivating and horrific tale of innocence lost at the hands of human wickedness!
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