New Delhi: Abhishek Kapoor's romantic-drama 'Kedarnath', which is all set to hit the screens on Friday, has been certified 12A certificate (equivalent to 'U/A' in India) by the British Board of Film Classification or BBFC.
The 12A rating mandates that the film cannot be viewed by a child under the age of 12 unless accompanied by an adult.
The British Censor Board listed the film on its official Twitter handle, stating, "KEDARNATH (12A) moderate threat, violence, suicide references ."
KEDARNATH (12A) moderate threat, violence, suicide references https://t.co/bw6uaCRhyw
— BBFC (@BBFC) December 5, 2018
Starring Sushant Singh Rajput and debutante Sara Ali Khan in lead roles, 'Kedarnath' tells the inter-faith romance between a wealthy Hindu girl who takes a pilgrimage to the Kedarnath Temple in the Uttarakhand and a humble Muslim boy who becomes her guide.
As they grow closer, they face obstacles including familial disapproval and contrasting backgrounds. At the same time, the sudden rains of the 2013 Uttarakhand floods devastate the region, and the couple is forced to survive against the elements and test their love for each other.
The film had earlier ran into trouble and got delayed after the makers had a fallout with one of the production houses, KriArj Entertainment.