Sara Ali Khan's debut film said to be back on track!

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By HT

Mumbai, Feb. 21 -- Although it was nearly derailed due to a spat between its makers, Kedarnath, the debut vehicle of Sara Ali Khan, is back on track, according to a source close to the development. 
 
The film reportedly ran into rough weather because of legal hassles between the film's director and co-producer Abhishek Kapoor and production house KriArj Entertainment. Recent reports had said that Abhishek pulled out of the film due to "default of payments and lack of transparency" by KriArj.
 
However, the source now reveals that KriArj and Abhishek's production house have decided to resume shooting. The source says, "It's too early for any party to comment on this, as everything is at the legal stage, but they're willing to move on and patch up."
 
Reports had suggested that Abhishek was looking for a new producer, ousting KriArj from the film. However, KriArj issued a statement saying it had complied with all commitments and Abhishek had no rights to oust KriArj.
 
Prernaa Arora, who heads KriArj, had told the media, "Everything will be taken care of. We are seeking justice from the High Court. Yes, we're still associated with Kedarnath. It's our film. We're figuring out the right way to do this."