Sara Ali Khan starrer movie Kedarnath has done a decent job at the box office. The film is inching to 60 crores giving a decent return to Sara Ali Khan for her debut venture. However, when the film released, its screening was banned in Uttrakhand for the reason that it promoted Love Jihad and would, therefore, hamper the peace of the state. This really dismayed the lady and the makers as they lost the chance to screen their movie in a state, which was covered in the film. Sara who was still to speak on this issue finally broke her silence.
As we know Sara Ali Khan has been busy promoting her next film Simmba, she was asked about the same. She said in dismay that she lost the chance to showcase the story and her film along with the hard work she and her team have done to bring out in the movie to people of the state. She said it was this state only that has started her journey in Bollywood as an actress. She said that she was there in Kedarnath and the state for around 45 days and had a great experience working there. She further added that she had got a lot of stuff with it. She called the objection as a weird thing, and the least she could have returned to the people of Kedarnath was to make them see her film.
The film had a story based on the hill station in the state that deals with a love saga between a Muslim boy and a Hindu girl who fell in love despite the objection from the family and people around it. The controversy went big that made the DC and DM of Nainital along with other places in the state to pose a ban on screening of the film in Uttrakhand. In fact, in the meeting even the CM of the state Mr. Trivendra Singh Rawat was the presence, and they took the decision to prevail the peace and harmony in the state. Then government asked the DC and the DM to make their call on the film.