Kedarnath Movie Review: Sara Ali Khan shines in her debut film with Sushant in this predictable love saga | PINKVILLA



Abhishek Kapoor’s Kedarnath stars Sushant Singh Rajput and Sara Ali Khan in the lead roles. Considering it’s her Bollywood debut, we can say that Sara has done a marvellous job. Read the full review.

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Movie: Kedarnath 

Director: Abhishek Kapoor

Cast: Sushant Singh Rajput, Sara Ali Khan, Pooja Gor, Nitish Bharadwaj, Nishant Dahiya, Alka Amin, Sonali Sachdev

Ratings: 3/5 

June 17, 2013, completely destroyed the lives of the people in Kedarnath. In total, 4,300 people died in the Uttarakhand floods and all you could see was the wrath of nature all around. Abhishek Kapoor’s Kedarnath takes you back to the horrific memories. The plot of the movie comprises of a young Hindu woman belonging to a wealthy Pandit family who falls in love with a Muslim pithoo. The two have to fight for their love as they belong to different religions and their love is tested when the floods hit the land of Kedarnath. The film stars Sushant Singh Rajput and Sara Ali Khan in the lead roles. Sara plays the role of Mukku, while Sushant is seen as Mansoor and the story revolves around their love story. The director has used the Uttarakhand floods as the background to the story. 

Sara Ali Khan has truly emerged as the next-generation star and if you are a cinematic buff, you would praise the star kid for how she is perfect at emoting. She was powerful and feisty. Her character holds the movie, and she is the one who challenges the set norms of the society. Both Sushant and Sara did a wonderful job in putting out their characters on the screen in the best possible way. It’s the romance between Sara and Sushant which is one of the major highlights of the movie. Sara would surely remind you of the young Amrita Singh. Considering that it is her Bollywood debut, we can say that Sara has done a marvellous job. 

Coming to the screenplay, it has its own share of strengths and weaknesses. There were some loopholes in the story as it failed to engage the audience and the very crux of the story was just focused on the love story. After seeing the first half, it was quite predictable. Talking of the cinematography, you would love how the movie has captured the scenic beauty of the Himalayas. It’s the VFX and the patchwork that will put you a bit off but that doesn’t take the credibility of the powerful end. 

Talking of the supporting cast – Nishant Dahiya, Alka Amin, Sonali Sachdev, Pooja Gor and Nitish Bharadwaj did fit the bill. We will give bonus points to Nishant Dahiya for the portrayal of a fanatic lover of Mukku. 

Coming to the songs, they will hold your attention but not for long. In the end, we can say that Abhishek did make an attempt to show the story of Kedarnath on a large scale but lacked in CGI and live-shots. 

In a nutshell, Sara and Sushant outshine in this predictable love saga.

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