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Lead actor Prithviraj and director Aashiq Abu quit Malayalam movie glorifying Malabar Hindu Massacre's Jihadi leader Variyamkunnath Kunjahammed Haji

WebdeskSep 01, 2021, 07:22 PM IST

Lead actor Prithviraj and director Aashiq Abu quit Malayalam movie glorifying Malabar Hindu Massacre's Jihadi leader Variyamkunnath Kunjahammed Haji

The false propaganda created by Islamists and Communists about Malabar Hindu Massacre is being busted with real facts these days. Now, the anti-Hindu gang has faced another setback.  A movie glorifying the Malabar Hindu Massacre leader Variyamkunnath Kunjahammed Haji is facing a big crisis since the lead actor Prithviraj Sukumaran and director Aashiq Abu have decided to pull out from the project.

The movie was announced in June 2020 but faced immense opposition from Hindus in Kerala. After facing an aggressive Hindu response, the project didn’t proceed further.

After the news of both the director and lead actor withdrawing from the project came out, Islamists were seen taking the matter to social media to criticise them for quitting the project.

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