The makers of Kedarnath were extremely sensitive during the shoot of the film and took extra measures to ensure the pilgrims weren’t disturbed while filming the movie. Kedarnath is shot in the real locations of the Uttarakhand. The makers offer a virtual tour of the holy place as they shot the film so close to reality in the temple. Makers have been extremely sensitive towards the temple area, vicinity of the temple as well as the devotees during the shoot. Keeping in mind the interests of the pilgrims, the makers used to keep the shooting time cordial for the travelers to pass through and not bother them. Having shot against the backdrop of the real locations in Kedarnath, the makers have captured the surrounding so well that it will give enough of glimpses and a detailed trip for a pilgrimage. While the teaser set the mood for the romantic tale based amidst the tragic floods of Uttarakhand, the first song Namo Namo took the audience on a pilgrimage trip to the holy temple. Kedarnath is an eternal love story set in the backdrop of the flash floods that wrecked the temple town in the June of 2013. It is a potent combination of love and religion, passion and spirituality. The floods that took the lives of over a hundred thousand people is a powerful backdrop for this epic love story. Kedarnath marks the debut of Sara Ali Khan and also presents the second association of Abhishek Kapoor with Ronnie Screwvala along Sushant Singh Rajput after Kai Po Che. Produced by Ronnie Screwvala’s RSVP and Abhishek Kapoor’s Guy In the Sky Pictures, Kedarnath is directed by Abhishek Kapoor and is slated to release on 7th December 2018.