Adah Sharma gave the biggest success of her career with The Kerala Story recently and the actress got in an unfiltered conversation with Bollywood Bubble host Akash Bhatnagar where she opened up on the film’s success as well as the divisive response to it. She talked about the hate and criticism the film received, the death threats she got, her number being leaked and her morphed pictures being circulated as she called it bullying. The actress opened up on the terrorism v/s religion debate in context of The Kerala Story and how the film was dismissed even before the release. Adah reacted to the film’s ban in certain states and addressed the controversy behind the ‘32000’ number of girls. She also revealed being scared that the terrorist organisations would come after them and talked about the support or rather the lack of it from the industry pertaining to her film. Adah also recalled being left out during Hasee Toh Phasee promotions, her dreams getting shattered even after giving a successful debut with 1920 and the rejections and discrimination she faced in Bollywood. The actress expressed her take on the Oscar hope for The Kerala Story as well and you can watch the entire conversation here.
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