|Movie Released Date||2019-01-09|
|Genres||Drama , Action , Based on True Events|
|Cast||Vicky Kaushal , Riva Arora , Swaroop Sampat , Mohit Raina , Rajit Kapoor|
1. Total Movie duration: 2h 12m
2. Audio Languages: Hindi
An award-winning film Uri: The Surgical Strike, is based on true events. The movie has a different place in the hearts of all the citizens of India. Uri's movie revolves around the surgical strike the Indian army underwent in 2006 after the attack on Uri, a town in Jammu and Kashmir. The fictional and action movie narrates the tale of Colonel Kapil Yadav of one of the Special Forces, Para.
The surgical strike movie, Uri, had a $25 million budget. However, to everyone's surprise, it earned more than $359 million globally. The Box Office referred to the Uri movie as a "Blockbuster."
The 29th highest-grossing Hindi film of all time, Uri, was announced in September 2017 by Ronnie Screwvala, the movie's producer. Aditya Dhar has directed and written the main story of the movie. The URI movie release date was 11th January 2019 in theaters and 19th March 2019 on Zee5.
Uri; The Surgical Strike has also won and has been nominated for many film festivals, either national or international. A powerful script also needs dramatic acting. The movie turned out to be a megahit because of the acting skills of the main leads. Vicky Kaushal played the role of Major Vihaan Singh Shergill (a character based on col. Kapil Yadav), Riva Arora as Suhani Kashyap, Vihaan's niece, Swaroop Sampat as Suhasini Shergill, Vihaan's mother, Mohit Raina as Major Karan Kashyap (Vihaan's brother in law in the movie), and Rajit Kapoor as Prime Minister of India (a character based on Narendra Modi).
The movie has five different chapters: The Seven Sisters (North-east), An Unsettling Peace (New Delhi), Bleed India with Thousand Cuts (Uri, Jammu Kashmir), Naya Hindustan (New India), and The strike (POK, Pakistan). All five chapters play a very important role in understanding the root cause of the surgical strike in Pakistan.
A total of nineteen soldiers were attacked and killed. Four armed militants did the attack on September 18th, 2016, at the brigade headquarters in Uri, Jammu & Kashmir. The Ministry decided to punish the terrorist. The then national security adviser, Govind Bharadwaj (played by Paresh Rawal), puts up the notion of a surgical strike. Following the prime minister, they decided on a ten-day strike. Vihaan leaves his job and travels to Udhampur, the Northern Command base. Then, he requests to be included in the operation, and Chief of the Army Staff General Arjun Singh Rajawat (played by Shishir Singh) consents. He makes his team, and finally, after a lot of strategic planning, the team leaves for a surgical strike on September 28th.
Everyone recalls the favourite dialogue of the film, 'how is the josh' by Vicky Kaushal. His action was so natural and fantastic. He fits the protagonist of the movie and is an Indian army man. He has uplifted the energy level in all the scenes of the movie. As the protagonist, Vicky possessed the physical and steely resolve that the role demanded.
With the fascinating script, masterfully staged battle scenes and effective direction, Aditya Dhar's movie Uri: The Surgical Strike is exciting and worthwhile.
The URI movie was released on 11th January 2019 in theaters and on 19th March 2019 on an OTT Platform, Zee5.
Ans: Yes, Uri: the surgical strike movie is based on the true event where the Indian Army in September 2016 launched a surgical strike against terrorist camps in POK.
Ans: Vicky Kaushal, as Major Vihaan Singh Shergill, played the leading role in the movie.