Uri: The Surgical Strike starring Vicky Kaushal, Yami Gautam, and Kirti Kulhari is one of the biggest hits of the year. The movie released in January and was based Uri attacks that took place in 2016 and then how our Indian soldiers did a surgical strike on terrorists’ camps in Pakistan. The film received positive reviews and was loved by the audiences.
Now after six months of its release, Uri: The Surgical Strike is all set to hit the screens again on 26th July 2019 in Maharashtra which marks the Kargil Vijay Diwas. RSVP Movies tweeted, “Instilling the sense of pride in the hearts of every Indian, we at RSVP are privileged to be a part of this initiative. #KargilVictoryDiwas @vickykaushal09 @yamigautam @SirPareshRawal @RonnieScrewvala @AdityaDharFilms @CMOMaharashtra @Dev_Fadnavis #URITheSurgicalStrike.”
While talking to a tabloid, producer Ronnie Screwvala said, “The idea of making the film was to instill a sense of pride in the hearts of every Indian and to highlight the incredible service of the armed forces for our nation. I’m honoured to be a part of this initiative wherein Uri will be showcased across 500 theatres in the state on Kargil Vijay Diwas.”
Director Aditya Dhar said, “The greatest validation for any filmmaker is to know that he has inspired youngsters to think about the valour and sacrifice of our brave soldiers and instill these very emotions in them. It’s a wonderful initiative by our Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis and I’m glad people will get to see the film for free this time.”
The dialogue, ‘How’s The Josh, High Sir’ from the film has become very famous and even Prime Minister Narendra Modi had mouthed it when he was in Mumbai for an event a few months ago.
Uri: The Surgical Strike got Vicky Kaushal in the big league and he became one of the most bankable actors of Bollywood from the current generation.