Actress Adah Sharma has been basking in the glory of her latest film, The Kerala Story, which has been a resounding success at the box office. Adah's performance has been lauded by critics and audiences alike. However, the actress and director Sudipto Sen reportedly met with an accident on Sunday, leading to the cancellation of their appearance at the Hindu Ekta Yatra in Karimnagar. Adah took to Twitter to share an update on her health and assure her fans that she and the rest of the team were doing fine.
The incident has caused concern among fans, but Adah and Sudipto are expected to bounce back and continue promoting their film.
After the news of the accident involving Adah Sharma and director Sudipto Sen broke out, they took to Twitter to update their fans about their well-being. Adah thanked her fans for their concern and reassured them that the entire team was doing fine and that there was nothing major to worry about.
Adah took to Twitter and thanked her fans for their concern. She also said that the whole team was doing fine. Her tweet read, "I'm fine guys. Getting a lot of messages because of the news circulating about our accident. The whole team ,all of us are fine, nothing serious , nothing major but thank you for the concern."
Meanwhile, Sudipto called it a "medical emergency" and expressed his gratitude towards the fans for their warm messages and support. He further mentioned that they would resume their promotional events the following day and urged the fans to continue supporting them. Adah and Sudipto seem in good health and spirits, and fans can look forward to seeing them back in action.
For the unversed, The Kerala Story has been making waves at the box office since its release on May 5. The movie highlights the stories of Hindu women who were converted to Islam and trafficked to the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), which has recently crossed the impressive Rs 100 crore mark. Despite stiff competition from other releases, The Kerala Story has been unstoppable and continues drawing audiences to theatres.