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    How is the film Uri: The Surgical Strike?

    Uri: The Surgical Strike is a 2019 Indian Hindi-language action film written and directed by debutant Aditya Dhar and produced by RSVP Movies Ronnie Screwvala. Vicky Kaushal, Yami Gautam, Mohit Raina, Kirti Kulhari, and Paresh Rawal feature in this fictionalized depiction of the true events surrounding the 2016 Uri attack. It tells the story of Major Vihaan Singh Shergill of the Para Special Forces, who played a key role in the events.


    The film was released on January 11, 2019, and had a worldwide gross of 342.06 crores (US$49 million). It has gotten positive reviews and is one of the highest-grossing Hindi films. Various awards were also bestowed for the picture.

    The first part begins with an attack by NSCN(K) terrorists on an Indian Army convoy in Chandel, Manipur, in June 2015. In revenge, a para SF officer named Major Vihaan Singh Shergill (Vicky Kaushal) and his squad, which includes his brother-in-law, Major Karan Kashyap (Mohit Raina), infiltrate and fight the Northeastern terrorists, killing the key leader responsible for the ambush.

    Vihaan takes a desk job at the Integrated Defence Staff Headquarters in New Delhi and spends time with his family in the second chapter. The Pathankot incident is also briefly described in this part. Vihaan’s mother is cared for by a nurse named Jasmine D’Almeida (Yami Gautam).

    Uri: The Surgical Strike


    Four highly armed militants attacked the brigade headquarters in Uri, Jammu, and Kashmir, on the morning of September 18, 2016, murdering 19 troops while they slept. The terrorists are slain, but Karan is murdered by a grenade explosion after mistakenly releasing the pin attached to the terrorist’s rifle, which he was inspecting.

    Govind enlists the help of ISRO (for satellite photos), DRDO (for drone surveillance), and RAW (for reconnaissance) (for intelligence). When he goes to visit DRDO Chief Brian D’Souza (Ivan Rodrigues), he meets an intern named Ishaan, who has invented a drone called Garuda that resembles an Eagle in appearance and shape.

    In Mi-17 helicopters, the commandos leave for the strike in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir on the night of September 28. Vihaan’s helicopter is compelled not to cross the Line of Control during the mission owing to recent intelligence from Pakistani spies that the Pakistani Army has deployed an ‘AWAC’ Early Warning Radar-based Surface to Air Missile system in the Muzafarabad sector to shoot down their chopper.

    On the eighth day of its distribution, the film surpassed the 100 crores (US$14 million) mark in terms of gross receipts. It took 15 days to gross 200 crores (US$28 million), and it grossed 300 crores (US$43 million) in its fourth week of distribution. It took seven weeks to earn a total of 342 crores (US$49 million) over the world.

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