The year is 2013 and Mandakini Sara Ali Khan , the daughter of a Hindu priest Nitish Bharadwaj , falls in love with Mansoor , a good humoured porter who ferries devotees up the steep climb to the temple. The story follows a porter, Mansoor Singh Rajput , in the region of the beautiful Kedarnath. Now, the film has hit the theatres this Friday. The writing by Abhishek Kapoor and Kanika Dhillon, subtly reflects upon the secular dynamics of Kedarnath. Image courtesy: These two significant threads of the story - rapid environmental degradation and the fraying social fabric - are sadly lost in a maze of dramatic flashpoints that make up the rest of the film.
The execution in these areas, along with a memorable debut by Sara, is what keeps the film afloat. Watch Kedarnath for the spunky and spirited Sara Ali Khan. Jaan Nisaar, being best of the lot, is placed very poorly. Kapoor tries to juxtapose the fury of nature with the tempestuousness of forbidden love, and is successful for the most part, except that the narrative never quite reaches its zenith. Tempers are shown running high, and the fissure between Hindus and Muslims getting deeper. It is that one important character that defines the lives of its inhabitants. The writing by Abhishek Kapoor and Kanika Dhillon, subtly reflects upon the secular dynamics of Kedarnath.
She makes a confident debut and is a treat to watch. Kedarnath movie cast: , Sara Ali Khan, Nishant Dahiya, Nitish Bharadwaj, Pooja Gor, Alka Amin Kedarnath movie director: Abhishek Kapoor Kedarnath movie rating: Two stars Advertising I saw Kedarnath yesterday December 6 , and it was the perfect day to watch an inter-faith love story. A lot of angst brews under the surface because of that. User Rating: Mansoor Khan Sushant Singh Rajput is a pitthoo in Kedarnath who ports the visitors on his back helping them to cover the trekking distance and reach the temple. Rain obviously play an important part in the rain. The names Mukku aka Mandakini and Mansoor have a nice ring to them.
Sara Ali Khan as Mukku is a live wire. Days Collection Day 1 Rs 7. Mandakani Mishra aka Mukku Sara Ali Khan is the daughter of a wealthy priest who also owns some hotels in that area. It's not a modern love tale where the lovers are in bed by the second date but is a slow burner, where love germinates over many a ride up and down a mountain. There was not much meat in his character though.
For a film that ebbs and flows, the leads thankfully keep it afloat and steady. Releasing on December 7, the film will launch Sara Ali Khan, the daughter of actor Saif Ali Khan and his former wife Amrita Singh. However, everything in this film is blessedly brisk — be it falling in love or a flood that swallows half the town. It was the day a mob destroyed a masjid, and changed the face of India, making it the country we live in today. Same is the case with Kedarnath.
Kedarnath is watchable and strikes a chord when needed. The content and images used on this site are copyright protected and copyrights vests with the respective owners. It moves forward only in fits and starts. They are all placed effectively and have the perfect impact. This is another tired story about disapproving Hindu-Muslim parents tearing lovers apart, the only twist being that the pandit patriarch is played by Nitish Bhardwaj, Lord Aquaguard Krishna himself. They come together to create a strong, dramatic impact. The writer Kanika Dhillon who was appreciated for her writing in has come up with a unique story and she has managed to infuse issues like interfaith relationships, regressive mindsets and the life of peethoos in Kedarnath.
The focus remains strictly on the love story, and while Mukku and Mansoor share some beautiful moments, the narrative does take a tad too long to set up their romance. These include a violent attack on Mansoor, a forced exodus of the porters and, as if on cue, a cataclysmic flash flood brought on by the Chorabari Lake breaching its banks following torrential rains. If you continue without changing your settings, we'll assume that you are happy to receive all cookies on Filmibeat website. The film stars are Sushant Singh Rajput and Sara Ali Khan are playing a lead role in the film. It is now called the Bhim Shila.
You can identify with this personalised, small town story with a 90s charm as to how people would have escaped, survived and how the well-known temple was overcome by the force of nature. I say it feels accidental because of the way the film usually trades in Sooraj Barjatya tropes: a couple sip from the same glass in lieu of a kiss, a suitor is beaten up by privileged bad guys, parents commit violent emotional blackmail, and so on. She keeps her bearings about her with the sort of authority that belies her greenhorn status. The sub-plot mysteriously vanishes as the narrative unfolds further. This just seems like watching a '80s Hindi movie for an hour-and-a-half and then a '80s shark movie for another 10 minutes.
He's underplaying his role and gracefully lets newcomer Sara take centrestage. Abhishek Kapoor tries to tell their story in a nutshell. She bares her heart to him and he amusedly listens and slowly, they fall in love. The special effects aren't up to scratch nor is the screenplay, but do watch the film for Sara Ali Khan. The usage of the content and images on this website is intended to promote the works and no endorsement of the artist shall be implied. For a love story, there are no romantic tracks that really hold your attention. Mukku is betrothed to someone else.
Kedarnath Movie Review: A still from the film. The very thought of making a film on that region of our country and that calamity is commendable and deserves applause. Image courtesy: Mansoor has another not-so-secret admirer - Mandakini alias Mukku Sara Ali Khan , younger daughter of the temple head priest and tourist lodge-owner Brajraj Mishra Nitish Bharadwaj. In trying to please everyone, Kedarnath loses edge, and leads to a tepid cop-out. The clouds burst and a deluge of epic proportions hits Mansoor and Mukku's village. She is the Daughter of most Popular Indian Actor Saif Ali Khan and Amrita Singh.