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Sara Ali Khan-Sushant Singh Rajput’s Kedarnath set costs a whopping sum of Rs 7 crore

Sara Ali Khan is all set to make her Bollywood debut with Sushant Singh Rajput in Kedarnath.

Written by: India TV Entertainment Desk, New Delhi [ Updated: December 05, 2017 16:53 IST ]
Sara Ali Khan, Sushant Singh Rajput
Sara Ali Khan and Sushant Singh Rajput

A latest buzz in connection to Sara and Sushant’s forthcoming film Kedarnath stated that a set worth of Rs 7 crore has been created for her debut film. Sara and Sushant’s film Kedrnath is basically based on Himalaya and the actors recently completed the first schedule of their shoot in the foothills. 

A source close to the film, sharing inside details revealed “They have replicated the entire holy city at a whopping cost. A model of the Kedarnath temple has also been designed. Since the film is an inter-faith love story, set against the backdrop of the devastating Uttarakhand floods, the makers plan to shoot the flood sequences now. Hence, this will be the city that will go under the water. Huge water tankers, too, are going to be made available for the shoot.” 

Sharing few more details regarding the total expense of the film set the source said, “Prernaa Arora and Abhishek Kapoor, who are co-producing the film, didn’t want to compromise on their vision. Building the whole set has cost them a whopping Rs 7 crore. In recent times, this is one of the biggest sets that has been created.”

While the producers of Kedarnath also created a portion of the set in Mumbai. The source added, “They shot the major portions in Kedarnath during the first schedule, but they cannot shoot the flood scenes there. It has to be done in a controlled environment. So, they decided to put in money to recreate Kedarnath in Mumbai itself.”

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