URI - The Surgical Strike To Release Again? Know Why

URI - The Surgical Strike To Release Again? 

URI - The Surgical Strike To Release Again? Know Why

Vicky Kaushal starrer URI made a spectacular run at the box office when the movie was first released on January 26 this year.

Based on the surgical strikes conducted by India on the terrorist across LOC, 'URI -the surgical strike' is one of the most acclaimed Bollywood movies to be released this year.

Well just in case if you missed watching the movie in the theatres back in January, you can rewatch it.

Reports are buzzing that the film will release once again on July 26 on the occasion of Kargil Vijay Diwas.

The movie will be showcased in around 500 theatres in Maharashtra.

URI - the surgical strike is the war drama in which Kaushal played the character of major Vihaan Singh Shergill who heads the daring mission.

Directed by Aditya Dhar, the film is based on the 2016's Indian army's surgical strikes on the terror launch pads in Pakistan as a retaliation for the URI attack in Kashmir that claimed the life of 17 army personalities.

Aditya hopes that 'URI' keep motivating every individual of the generation to join hands in serving the nation to the best of their ability and the team is hoping that the movie will inspire people to join armed forces.

Producer RonniScrewala recently revealed that the idea of making 'URI – the surgical' strike was to instill a sense of pride in the hearts of every Indian and to highlight the incredible service of armed forces for our nation.

He also added he feels extremely honored to be a part of this initiative where URI will be showcased in 500 screens in theatres on Kargil Vijay Divas. 

With such huge hit in his kitty Vicky is currently shooting for Udham Singh biopic and Bhoot part 1 'The Haunted House'

Reportedly Vicky Kaushal will also star in Karan Johar's much-awaited film 'Takht' and also be a part of Ashwatthama an action-based superhero film set in the modern times.

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