Monday, 17 June, 2019

URI: The Surgical Strike, The Accidental Prime Minister get a good start

Uri The Surgical Strike’ movie review The action is as slick as the propaganda Vicky Kaushal in Uri The Surgical Strike | RSVP Movies
Gustavo Carr | 13 January, 2019, 10:07

Vicky also reunited with his Sanju co-star Paresh Rawal in the film, while Yami Gautam plays an intelligence officer. The film released across the country on January 11 and has managed to impress both critics and the audience. The film is written and directed by Aditya Dhar and produced by Ronnie Screwvala under the production banner of RSVP Movies.

Actor Vicky Kaushal, who is playing the role of an Indian commando in the recently released 'Uri - The Surgical Strike', has said the entire film team is going through a surreal feeling that audience has accepted their war-drama film with open arms.

The film clashed with Anupam Kher-Akshaye Khanna starrer "The Accidental Prime Minister" which minted Rs 4.50 crore on the first day.

Post Uri, Vicky Kaushal will be seen in the upcoming film Takht that is scheduled for a theatrical release in 2020. There was a time when such films couldn't be even thought of but now that these are finding mainstream release across A, B as well as C centres, it is time to really look forward in Bollywood.

The year 2018 gave us one of the most loved and adored sensations of India- Priya Prakash Varrier and Vicky Kaushal.

GoFundMe is refunding all donations made to the 'Build the Wall' fundraiser
The federal government can't receive money without congressional approval, so he created his own non-profit called We Build the Wall.

With strong word of mouth and positive reviews, the movie witnessed excellent jump in business on day 2.

Box Office Collection Day 3 (Sun): Yet to update...

Uri: The Surgical Strike is based on the surgical strikes which were carried out by the Indian army in 2016.

The film has now collected Rs. 19.70 crore* and what has to be seen is that how much closer to the Rs. 35 crore do the collections arrive once the weekend is through.