Director: Abhishek Kapoor
Cast: Sara Ali Khan as Mandakini aka Mukku, Sushant Singh Rajput as Mansoor, Nitish Bharadwaj as Briraaj Mishra (Mukku's father), Alka Amin as Mansoor's mother, Pooja Gor as Brinda (Mukku's elder sister), and Sonali Sachdev as Lata (Mukku's mother).
Kedarnath is the story of Mukku, the daughter of a Brahmin priest, Mandakini aka Mukku, in Kedarnath and her feisty love story with a Muslim boy who acts as the human porter carrying pilgrims up and down the to the temple. Mukku's marriage is already fixed when the boy who was meant to marry her sister expresses his desire to marry Mukku instead as she has grown prettier than her sister.
Her father agrees to this and this irks the free-spirited Mukku. To show her dissent for her father, she flirts with the local boys and brings them to her home in order to embarrass her father. In one such escapade, she comes across the mild-mannered Mansoor and slowly but steadily she falls in love with him. By the time he as about to reciprocate her feelings, her jealous sister reveals to Mansoor that this might be one another flirting of her in order to irk her father. This leads to friction between Mansoor and Mukku.
Mukku sits in front of Mansoor's house and in numerous ways tries to convince him of her true love for him. By that time, her family comes to know about this they take her away and get her married to her fiance. How and if these lovers meet again and get the blessings of their family or the fate has other ideas form the rest of the story.
Kedarnath received largely mixed reviews and turned out to be an above average grosser at the box office. Sara Ali Khan and Sushant Singh's performances received praise but the story and the screenplay received negative reviews as sluggish and routine.