The Bollywood film 'The Kerala Story' has gained significant attention in recent news, receiving bans in certain regions while being declared tax-free in others.
Apart from its popularity in the entertainment realm, the film has also made waves in political circles. However, amidst this backdrop, a major incident has unfolded in Madhya Pradesh. In Indore city, a girl accompanied her Muslim boyfriend, Faizan, to watch 'The Kerala Story' in a local theatre.
Surprisingly, after leaving the cinema, the girl lodged a serious case against her own boyfriend, leading to his subsequent arrest by the police.
In the Khajrana police station area of Indore, recently a couple watched the movie 'The Kerala Story', which subsequently led to a heated argument between them regarding religious conversion.
Shockingly, the girl has now come forward with grave allegations of rape against her boyfriend, Faizan, claiming that he had been pressuring her to convert.
In response to the girl's complaint, the Madhya Pradesh police have registered a case of love jihad against a person identified as Faizan.
The victim alleged that Faizan had entered into a relationship with her under false pretences, concealing his true identity.
Subsequently, she accused him of rape and further claimed that he continuously exerted pressure on her for religious conversion.
The authorities are actively investigating the matter to uncover the truth surrounding these disturbing allegations.
Dinesh Verma, the station in charge of Khajrana police station area, revealed that a complaint had been lodged by the victim against Mohammad Faizan Khan, a resident of Haroon Colony.
According to Verma, the girl and Mohammad Faizan were acquainted during their time in a coaching class four years ago, which eventually led to the formation of a relationship. The authorities acted upon the complaint, resulting in the arrest of Faizan Khan.
In the captivating film 'The Kerala Story,' the lives of three girls - Shalini, Nima, and Geetanjali - unfold as they embark on a journey to pursue their dreams of becoming nurses in a distant college.
Along their path, they encounter Asifa, a fervent believer in fundamentalism. As the story progresses, it is revealed that Asifa is involved in the recruitment of girls for extremist activities, including association with ISIS.
With the assistance of his comrades, Asifa contemplates influencing all three girls to join his cause. Among them, Shalini finds herself inexplicably drawn to Asifa and a mutual affection blossoms between them.
Complicating matters, Shalini also develops a romantic relationship with one of Asifa's friends, ultimately leading to discussions of interfaith marriage.