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Federal Appeals Court Rejects Trump's Immunity Plea, Paving Way for Legal Action

A federal appeals court rejected Donald Trump's immunity claim, allowing prosecution for election meddling. Adah Sharma's hit film "The Kerala Story" gears up for OTT premiere after box office success. Additionally, the teaser for "Bastar: The Naxal Story" promises a compelling narrative, with its release date set for March 15, 2024.

Federal Appeals Court Rejects Trump's Immunity Plea, Paving Way for Legal Action Image Source

In a significant legal development, a federal appeals court ruled against former US President Donald Trump's claim of immunity, clearing the way for potential prosecution over alleged attempts to overturn the 2020 election results. This denial of immunity brings Trump closer to facing an unprecedented criminal trial, marking a substantial blow to the 77-year-old Republican figure.

Meanwhile, transitioning from theatrical success to digital platforms, Adah Sharma's acclaimed film "The Kerala Story" is poised for its much-anticipated OTT premiere. The movie, which saw tremendous success at the box office since its release in May last year, has captured audience attention and accolades, emerging as one of 2023's most talked-about films. Adah Sharma, the lead actress, took to social media to announce the film's premiere date on ZEE5, scheduled for February 16, 2024.

 Simultaneously, excitement builds around "Bastar: The Naxal Story," as the teaser offers a glimpse into its gripping narrative. Reuniting talents Vipul Amrutlal Shah, Sudipto Sen, and Adah Sharma, the film promises to delve into compelling themes. The teaser, featuring a captivating monologue by Adah Sharma's character IPS Neerja Madhavan, hints at a storyline rife with intrigue and suspense.

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Directed by Sudipto Sen and produced by Vipul Amrutlal Shah, "The Kerala Story" achieved remarkable success despite its modest budget, grossing over Rs 300 crore globally. The film's positive word-of-mouth, coupled with stellar performances from Adah Sharma, Yogita Bihani, Sonia Balani, Siddhi Idnani, and Devadarshini, contributed to its phenomenal box office performance.

In summary, these developments straddle the realms of law and entertainment, with Trump facing legal hurdles and Adah Sharma's films making waves in the digital and theatrical spheres.

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