The trailer of Kedarnath, starring Sushant Singh Rajput and debutant Sara Ali Khan recently launched and it has created a huge buzz online. While the film’s plot, an interfaith love story set in the backdrop of the 2013 Uttarakhand floods, has already upset a section of people, others seemed to be impressed by Khan’s acting in the trailer.
As shown in the trailer, Sushant aka Mansoor is a Muslim porter who ferries pilgrims on his back to the main temple in the 14 km long pilgrimage of Kedarnath. He is someone who goes out of his way to help the pilgrims. And Sara Ali Khan, who plays a young Hindu girl, Mukku, falls in love with this porter but their relationship isn’t approved by her parents. It’s then that she prays for a calamity to hit the holy shrine.
Despite the controversy surrounding the film, one scene from the trailer is going viral. The scene where Mukku’s father played by Nitish Bharadwaj vehemently opposes their union and says, “Nahi hoga yeh sangam, phir chaahe pralay hi kyun na aajaye (This union will not happen, even if it leads to devastation)” has become fodder for the latest Bollywood memes. Sample these:
— Anshuli Soni (@AnshuliSoni) November 13, 2018
Me : Which is your favourite TV show?
Tinder Date : Bigg Boss
— Bollywood Gandu (@BollywoodGandu) November 13, 2018
— Mayank (@biharimemer) November 13, 2018
Me : I will sleep early tonight
Social Media apps : pic.twitter.com/NqoxnNVUJ1
— SwatKat- The dancing human💃 (@swatic12) November 12, 2018
Me : I am planning to meet my old friends in Goa
Parents : pic.twitter.com/TSzL0ALzvy
— SAGAR (@sagarcasm) November 12, 2018
People: Love marriage karni hai?
— Pranjul Sharma 🌞 (@Pranjultweet) November 12, 2018
Me and Mumbai Local Window Seat. 😪 pic.twitter.com/As9hQg9snR
— Thain Thain Chikna (@Madan_Chikna) November 12, 2018
*Hindu Muslim bhai bhai*
Politicians ~ pic.twitter.com/67jLBie5de
— Bruce Wayne 🦇 (@WaizArd20) November 12, 2018
*Me As father*
Son – Papa main bhi tik- tok pe video bnaaunga !
— 🔥 दीप- Anshu 🔥 (@DhakkChampion) November 12, 2018
Definition of parallel lines. pic.twitter.com/3tKvuGos1h
— Professor GyaanCho™🇮🇳 (@theHasnainRaza) November 12, 2018
Delhi will be pollution free pic.twitter.com/ps0i1pcC9z
— Sachin Chaurasia (@i5achin) November 12, 2018
— नादान परिंदे🇮🇳 (@Gauri_doonite) November 12, 2018
— Tweetera🐦 (@DoctorrSays) November 12, 2018
In case you missed the dialogue, take a look at the trailer here:
Can you think of a situation to use this dialogue? Let us know in the comments.