Kedarnath Movie Review
Kedarnath: Sara Ali Khan Isn’t The Only Reason To Watch This Movie?
Kedarnath is more about Sara Ali Khan than the pilgrimage. It is more about a romantic drama than the tragedy happened at Kedarnath shrine. The writer-director Abhishek Kapoor has tried turning the natural calamity into the making of a love-story but he landed in controversy.
A wealthy Hindu girl, Mukku (Sara Ali Khan) goes to Kedarnath Temple. Like others, she also hires a porter/pithoo for convenience. Mansoor (Sushant Singh Rajput) takes Mukku on his back to the temple. Since they have to cover a long distance, he also becomes her local guide. Mukku enjoys the company of Mansoor and soon falls in love with him. The natural disaster tragedy strikes but theysurvive the tragedy.
Highlights of the movie:
- Sara Ali Khan makes her big Bollywood debut with Kedarnath
- The movie based on 2013 Uttarakhand floods
- Natural calamity displayed with amazing special effects
- Inter-faith romance unfolded by a natural tragedy
Kedarnath First Look & Poster
The poster has the love-story above the natural disaster. The 2013 Uttarakhand floods with the Kedarnath shrine and Himalayas flooded are seen on the bottom and on the above there are Sushant Singh Rajput and Sara Ali Khan romancing in the rain. The name of the movie features in the middle.
Why watch the movie?
It is the first time that the Kedarnath tragedy is turned into a movie. Also, it is the debut movie of Sara Ali Khan, daughter of Amrita Singh and Saif Ali Khan. The third reason for watching the movie is its special effects that make the natural tragedy look real.
- Debut movie of Sara Ali Khan
- The movie was alleged to support Love-Jihad
- A kissing scene in a holy place created controversy
- Approximately 3000 people feared dead in Kedarnath tragedy