URI: The surgical strike Movie review: Taking us high on patriotism!
Republic Day’s month feels incomplete without being soaked in patriotic fervor and army-based movie URI just aims to do that. URI, directed by Aditya Dhar is based on the backdrop of surgical strike taken up by Indian Army in 2016. The film stars Vicky Kaushal, Paresh Rawal and Yami Gautam in lead roles.
The movie is produced by Ronnie Screwala’s production house RSVP.
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The story revolves around Vicky Kaushal, who is playing the role of Vihaan. Vihaan is known for his selfless patriotism and approach towards making cult strategies for success of
The second half of the movie revolves around the planning and implementation of the surgical strike. Director Aditya Dhar has done great efforts to touch our patriotic veins. The movie at times reminds us of earlier films that are being made on such army backdrops.
Paresh Rawal and Vicky Kaushal have done complete justice to their roles. But there are more points where you would want to see Vicky’s acting more than his action.
Music score of this movie is weak. No song has been able to gain popularity among the audience.
The political angle behind URI: The surgical strike has waved the green flag for upcoming political films. The movie is going to be out on January 11, watch it if you love the genre of action and patriotism.