Artist: Sushant Singh Rajput, Sarai Ali Khan
Director: Abhishek Kapoor
Duration: 2 hours
Bollywood’s love with love stories that break the boundaries of ethnic and social discrimination once again appeared in Abhishek Kapoor’s film Kedarnath. Here the sour-sweet love story has been shown herein Kedarnath, where pilgrims visiting the shrine will do anything to please God but are not ready to rely on people of other religions. Sushant Singh Rajput and Saif Ali Khan’s daughter Sarah Ali Khan are in the lead role in the film.
When the pitcher of the pot rises, then
they know their vulnerabilities and weaknesses. The story of the film is
very familiar, which reminds of Mani Ratnam’s 1995 film Bombay.
However, Abhishek Kapoor cannot put this life in the movie. If the
budget was slightly increased for the special effects of the film, the
film could have been better, but the minor patchwork and the film’s weak
climax in the film’s important scenes prevent it from becoming a better
film. Still, Abhishek Kapoor handles the film to a certain extent and
with him, he gives some wonderful moments to the writer, Kanika Dhillon.
Together they show the tragic truth of superstitions. In a country where the passion for love and defeat of Pakistan brings people together, we ignore their weaknesses and insecurity. In front of us is a boy and girl whom love brings together, but religion separates. These games become weak when their heartbreaks, or when the name of the heroine is named after the name of the river Mandakini where the flood rains and the hero of the film are named after the real hero of heroin.
The best moments in the film are few. In most parts, Abhishek Kapoor takes the easy route. He completely focuses on Love Story and forgets the rest of the film issues. In particular, the circumstances of the flood of 2013 have been shown to deviate only viewers.
The movie gets special support from its artists, with the fantastic camerawork of Tushar Kanti Ray, the beautiful set design and Amit Trivedi’s best music. Abhishek Kapoor opens his cards in the first half, but in the second half, he wanders somewhere. Sarah Ali Khan does a good start in the role of Mandakini She reminisces of her mother Amrita Singh, and she also has a glimpse of Kareena Kapoor’s song in her role. They look comfortable in front of the camera and their neutrality seems quite fresh. But the character of Mandakini does not get a chance to emerge and often causes it to rise without any reason.
Sushant Singh Rajput is good but he does not get his charms in Mansoor. Supporting actors play the role of their own characters. Nishant Dahiya is always in the role of a mad lover who is full of anger, while Alka Amin is the mother of the boy’s mother and always a distraught woman. Sonali Sachdev is in the role of obedient mother and mother tracking his daughter. At the same time, in the role of Nitish Bhardwaj’s loyal father in the role of a conspiracy theorist, The movie ends in a two-hour screen time and does not completely unite as a movie anywhere.