New Delhi: Adah Sharma is making news once more as she prepares for her forthcoming film The Kerala Story. However, since the film’s trailer was released, the actor has been asked to take part in interviews and discussions owing to the controversies and hoopla caused by political and social groups. The Kerala Story is based on the lives of 32,000 women who are said to have been forced to convert to Islam. The video was condemned by Congress leader Shashi Tharoor, Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan, and Samajwadi Party leader Abu Azmi.
Adah, on the other hand, stands by her film and recently stated that people who are critical should view The Kerala Story. Vidyut Jamwal, her Commando 2 and Commando 3 co-star, also backed her and shared her trailer.
Adah Sharma was born in Mumbai, Maharashtra, and her father, S. L. Sharma, was a captain in the Indian Merchant Navy who was originally from Madurai, Tamil Nadu. Sheila Sharma, her mother, is a Malayali by birth and practices mallakhamba yoga in addition to performing Indian classical dance. The mother of the actress is a native of Kerala’s Palakkad.
In 2008, Adah made her Bollywood debut in the slasher movie 1920 directed by Vikram Bhatt. She got praise from critics for her portrayal of Lisa Singh Rathod in the film. Adah went on to appear in films like Phhir (2011), Hum Hai Raahi Car Ke (2013), and Hasee Toh Phasee (2014) following the success of 1920.
In 2014, she made her Telugu debut in the movie Heart Attack opposite Nithiin. She also appeared in the Telugu action drama S/O Satyamurthy starring Samantha Ruth Prabhu, Upendra, and Allu Arjun. Later, Adah appeared in Telugu films like Charlie Chaplin 2 (2019) and Kshanam (2016). Additionally, she has appeared in a few Tamil films, such as Idhu Namma Aalu (2016).