‘Uri’ Box Office: Vicky Kaushal-Starrer Earns Rs 20 Crore

Uri The Surgical Strike’ movie review The action is as slick as the propaganda

While Priya emerged as the national crush of India after her wink from her debut film Oru Adaar Love got viral, Vicky delivered power-packed performances like films like Lust Stories, Love Per Square Foot, Sanju, Manmarziyaan and Raazi and emerged as the hearthrob of Bollywood. While URI is doing wonders at the box office, its competition, The Accidental Prime Minister, has shown limited growth on the second day.

Post Uri, Vicky Kaushal will be seen in the upcoming film Takht that is scheduled for a theatrical release in 2020.

The Surgical Strike has had a satisfactory start at the box office with a collection of Rs 8.20 crore at the domestic market on first day. The film opened on a great and was given thumbs-up by the critics and audience. "Ultimately, when audience appreciates the film then, it's really special thing for the entire team", said Vicky.

"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". Interestingly, they trained all actors who are playing the role of commando in the film so, it was a special moment for us because during the training, they used to scold us. "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".

"Uri: The Surgical Strike" also stars Paresh Rawal, Yami Gautam, Kriti Kulhari and Mohit Raina and is produced by Ronnie Screwvala.

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