Yesterday, ‘Uri: The Surgical Strike’ was released in the theatres, and the movie has invoked immense love from the masses. Interestingly, PM Narendra Modi too has watched the movie and is impressed by it. PM Modi extended his appreciation to the team of the war drama for the marvelous portrayal of the Surgical Strikes. The positive response by the PM left the director Aditya Dhar and the lead actor Vicky Kaushal overjoyed.
After such graceful comments by PM, Aditya Dhar exclaimed with joy adding, “It’s an overwhelming and proud feeling to know that the honorable Prime Minister Narendra Modi who led the entire mission – one of the most important events in the history of Indian army has seen the movie. He has appreciated the way the turn of events have been depicted and showcased well on celluloid right from the terror attacks on our Army camps in URI to Indian Army’s Surgical Strike in POK. It’s a huge honor for me and everyone involved in the film to get this response from our prime minister.”
Earlier, the lead actor of ‘Uri’, Vicky Kaushal met with the PM as a part of a delegation of Bollywood actors. The meeting was held to discuss the issues related to Cinema. The rising star too extended his joy over PM’s reaction.
It is extremely rare that we see films in Indian cinema, especially Bollywood, that are absolutely straightforward films, which don’t meander from their point and serve quality content. To our delight, Uri is exactly that movie, that gives a fitting tribute to the valor of the Indian Army, as it explores the nitty gritty behind the historical surgical strikes.
Based on the historic surgical strikes, Uri is the tale of how the Indian Army gave a befitting reply to the Pakistani forces and their terrorists with effective, surgical strikes. Major Vihaan Singh Shergill [Vicky Kaushal], who is forced to come out of ‘self-retirement’ after one of his close friends dies in the same attacks, agrees to lead one such mission out of the four teams, that are sent to give the terror mongers a living nightmare. Rajit Kapur, who has made a special appearance in this film as the iconic PM Narendra Modi, has done full justice to this role, which raises the bar for actors Paresh Rawal and Vivek Oberoi, who are going to essay the role on screen subsequently in an upcoming movie on PM Narendra Modi.
Moreover, PM Modi, time and again, has talked about his emotions while strikes were being carried out by the Special Forces. Recently, in an interview to ANI Editor Smita Prakash, PM Modi said, “I gave clear orders that whether you get success or failure, don’t think about that but come back before sunrise. Don’t fall for the lure and prolong it (the operation)”. Talking further about the issue of terrorism PM Said, “Ek ladai se Pakistan sudhar jayega, yeh sochna bohot badi ghalti hogi. Pakistan ko sudharne mein abhi aur samay lagega. (To think that Pakistan will be on track by a war will be a big mistake to make; it will take time for Pakistan to improve)”.
Uri: the surgical strike is a good depiction of the courage and valor of Indian Army. The way the surgical strikes have been shown is excellent. Uri is set to be an impactful movie and is already giving a living nightmare to left liberals.