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(5280) 6.1 116 min 2018

Kedarnath is a movie starring Sushant Singh Rajput, Sara Ali Khan, and Nitish Bharadwaj. A Hindu-Muslim love story, Kedarnath portrays how a Muslim pithoo saves a Hindu tourist from the Uttrakhand floods at the pilgrimage, and the...

Starring
Sara Ali Khan, Nitish Bharadwaj, Sushant Singh Rajput, Alka Amin
Genres
Romance, Drama
Director
Abhishek Kapoor

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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Romance, Drama
Director Abhishek Kapoor
Writer Kanika Dhillon, Kanika Dhillon, Abhishek Kapoor
Stars Sara Ali Khan, Nitish Bharadwaj, Sushant Singh Rajput, Alka Amin
Country India
Runtime 1H 56M
Description 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.

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Tuesday, 04 Aug 2020 08:42

Rituparno Ghosh's cult classic The Dead Pool is one of the most emotionally charged films in the past decade, and Rituparna Ghosh's follow-up - The Love Song - is almost as powerful. In The Love Song, we follow a young woman, Chitrangada (Nivin Pauly) from her birth to the age of 18, during which time she becomes involved in the affairs of a rich businessman (Lance Henrickson) and an ageing politician (Praveen Verma). As Chitrangada is growing up, she is befriended by a boy (Kasurapathy Ramachandran) who reminds her of her father. This friendship is taken to the extreme, as Chitrangada begins to think of herself as a young girl again. This is the crux of the film and it's definitely not a film for those who are easily offended or offended easily. The Love Song is certainly a film for those who don't mind getting their kicks from confronting heavy themes in an overtly graphic way. As the film develops, Chitrangada is told by her friends that she is very special. In the midst of her distress, she is told that she is 'very special'. What she is told is that she's special because she is 'special' by her parents. These are some of the strongest scenes of the film. The film is also a reflection on the two-parent household and it's association with children. It's a common theme in the film, and yet it is quite dark and serious. It's not a film for the light-hearted, nor is it for the easy-going. It's a film that explores some deep issues and the themes are all nuanced. The Love Song is perhaps the most mature film in Ghosh's body of work, and for that reason, it's no wonder that it has received a mixed response from the Indian audience. In my opinion, the film has many things that make it work, but some people just don't seem to get it. It's definitely not for the faint-hearted and it's not for the faint-hearted because of some of the scenes in the film, and some of the themes and sub-plots. But I think The Love Song is definitely a great film and it deserves to be seen. It's definitely one of the best films of the year.


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