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Kedarnath (2018)

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A Hindu-Muslim love story, Kedarnath portrays how a Muslim pithoo saves a Hindu tourist from the Uttrakhand floods at the pilgrimage, and the love that eventually develops between them.


Abhishek Kapoor


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Credited cast:
Sushant Singh Rajput ... Mansoor Khan
Sara Ali Khan ... Mandakini 'Mukku'
Nitish Bharadwaj ... Briraaj
Alka Amin ... Mansoor's Mother
Sonali Sachdev Sonali Sachdev ... Lata - Mukku's Mother
Pooja Gor Pooja Gor ... Brinda
Nishant Dahiya ... Kullu
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Shahab Ali ... Mustafa (Mansoor's Father)
Arun Bali ... Chief Purohit
Tarun Gahlot ... Kailash
Amaan Iqbal Amaan Iqbal ... Bala
Lalu Makhija Lalu Makhija ... Cameo
Sunita Rajwar ... Nagging Pilgrim
Mir Sarwar ... Bashir
Basu Soni Basu Soni ... Gullu


In holy town of Kedarnnath a Muslim boy Mansoor drops pilgrims to their destinations as porter while Mandakini a high caste Brahmin girl is engaged to marry a boy of same caste.faith brings the two together but their relationship is opposed due to different caste.Mandakini attempts suicide on the day of her marriage.But is saved by family, Mansoor promises her that he will take her out of the valley once she recovers.Mandakini's husband plans to kill Mansoor and drive his community out from the valley.But floods strike the region with heavy rains leaving everyone's life in danger. Written by alex.mjacko@gmail.com

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Drama | Romance


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Namo Namo
Vocals by Amit Trivedi
Lyrics by Amitabh Bhattacharya
Music by Amit Trivedi
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Decent one time watch with lot of scope for improvement
9 December 2018 | by iammraatSee all my reviews

It is a decent movie, however the sluggish build up and romantic angle ,sets it back.Some scenes are unnecessary and some emotions even seem forced , the director should have tried the genre of thriller rather than " tried and tested"(by Bollywood) romantic genre...it would have been refreshing.The movie truly sets up during the last 20 minutes...where suprisingly the VFX was convincingly well executed and amazingly appropriate...not over doing or under doing the effect..might even move you to tears. The cinematography is decent and production design team has done a decent job. The music has that classic Amit Trivedi's Kai Po Che feel to it. The editing team could have done a better job, as the romance sequence was dragging if not cringing at some points.Anyways this film DOESN'T DESERVE THE HATE it is recieving on this forum from so called reviewers, though it could have been considerably better as the only thing that I took back from the theatre were the visual effects from the climax. But do give it a watch if you are not too short on time. Peace

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Release Date:

7 December 2018 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

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Box Office


INR350,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend USA:

$407,118, 9 December 2018

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Dolby Atmos


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