Director Abhishek Kapoor choose this historic catastrophe as the background of his latest film Kedarnath. Sara Ali Khan makes her debut in Kedarnath. She stars opposite Sushant Singh Rajput a leading man famous for playing on screen cricket.
A Charachter named Mansoor Khan (Sushant Singh Rajput), rather like her legendary Indian Cpatianing. Mandakini (Sara Ali Khan) is a feisty, Young girl living in Kedarnath with her family.
Her father is a local priest and things complicated when Mukku falls in love with a Muslim boy and local Pithoo (Human porter) Mansior (Sushan Singh Rajput).
Kullu (Nishant Dahiya) is the representative of the local priests. Hot headed and young, he understands the social dynamics that is titles in favor of the Hindus and wants to exploit it for more lucrative business opportunities.
Tushar Kanti Ray’s breath taking shots welcome the audience into Mansoor and Mukku’s world that is all about sparking rivers and shining mountain tops.
Pooja Gor, who plays Sara’s elder sister, confront Mansoor for courting her sister but fails to get any reply. She is fine when silent and sad, and there is an interesting awkwardness to her from time to time.
Kedarnath Movie Review
The Film claims to be about the Kedarnath floods in 2013, All too familiar love story. That gets a boost thanks to the climate floods that devastated civilization in the mountain town of Uttarakhand.
Film is based on the valley and mountain ranges of Kedarnath and the drone assisted cinematography by Tushar Kanti Ray. The film captures the beauty of the Himalayas with crisp and artistic visual.
A love story, Mukku and Mansoor share some beautiful moments, the narrative does take a tad too longo to set up their romance.
Abhishek’s film feature moments of poetry that seem accidental. here the boy who never speaks up for his rights begins to hold court in front of a council of elders, directly after having kissed the talkative girl.
Tough the film is only 120 minutes long, it feels much longer. For a love story, there are no romantic tracks that really hold your attention. Apart from the song Namo, Namo.