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Directed by – Abhishek Kapoor
Produced by – Ronnie Screwvala, Pragya Kapoor, Abhishek Kapoor, Abhishek Nayyar
Starring – Sushant Singh Rajput, Sara Ali Khan, Nitish Bharadwaj, Alka Amin, Sonali Sachdev, Pooja Gor, Nishant Dahiya
Set in Kedarnath, Mukku is the little girl of a neighborhood minister and cabin proprietor (Nitish Bharadwaj) though Mansoor is a watchman/pithoo with a kind nature. For a change here, the cupid’s bolt strikes the main woman first. Over a progression of ‘donkey’ rides, Mukku loses his heart to her too. Shockingly, their ‘taboo love’ is found and Mukku’s irate dad declares her wedding for the next day. In an attack of anger, Mukku’s dad reports, “Nahi hoga ye sangam..phir chahe parlay kyun na aaye” and Mukku gives it back, “Toh jaap karungi racket raat…ki aaye”. Also, truly, you got it right! The mists burst and a downpour of immeasurable scope hits Mansoor and Mukku’s town.
Abhishek Kapoor takes a leaf from 2013 Uttarakhand surges and places his story of bound love there. In any case, the composition comes up short on a start and seems to be lazy particularly in the main half. He alongside his authors toss in an edge of natural danger in the story too, just to handle it externally. The sub-plot strangely vanishes as the story unfurls further. Talking about exhibitions, Kedarnath is an unmitigated Sara Ali Khan appear. She makes a sure presentation and is a treat to watch.
As the fiesty, windbag Mukku who is audacious with regards to issues of heart, Sara is a heap of new ability and passes on through her eyes alone in numerous scenes. Truth be told in a few sections, she may even help you to remember her mom Amrita Singh.
Notwithstanding Sara Ali Khan’s amazing execution, Abhishek Kapoor’s Kedarnath fails regarding composing and winds up as a botched chance. I am running with 2 and half stars here.