Uri Day 3 in overseas

Laverne Higgins
January 14, 2019

In spite of being a newbie in the film industry, Vicky Kaushal has managed to win the hearts of his audience right from his debut film "Masaan" to delivering some phenomenal performances in "Raazi", "Sanju" and "Manmarziyaan".

Vicky also praised his co-actors and director Aditya Dhar for being part of the film.

With the upcoming Lok Sabha elections, there have been allegations that Aditya Dhar's Uri: The Surgical Strike is an attempt to influence opinions on the ruling party. The fact that it got released ahead of 2019 elections, has made many label it as a propaganda film. The film is expected to collect around Rs 3 crore as its opening box office collection.

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According to trade analyst and film critic Taran Adarsh, The Accidental Prime Minister picked a grip at the ticket counter in the evening of its first day release. But since yesterday, the kind of reaction we have received is really overwhelming. "In today's age, it is very hard for a debutant director to get backing from producers for the story and then get a huge release for his film".

Vicky Kaushal-starrer "Uri: The Surgical Strike" is a military drama that shows a surgical strike carried out by Indian armed forces on terrorist launch pads at the Pok.

The 2016 surgical strike was initiated on September 29 after four militants attacked the Indian army at Uri on September 18 and killed 19 unarmed soldiers. Vijay Ratnakar's movie had grossed Rs 4.50 crore on its very first day.

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