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URI: The Surgical Strike is a 2019’s Indian Hindi-Language film.It is military action drama film, Which directed and written by debutant Aditya Dhar. URI Produced by Ronnie Screwvala, and Vicky Kaushal, Paresh Rawal, Yami Gautam in lead role and Mohit Raina, Kirti Kulhari in supporting role. The plot of this film is a dramatised account of the retaliation to the 2016 Uri attack, following Major Vihaan Singh Shergill of the Indian Army, who plays a leading role in the events.
URI: The Surgical Strike was released on 11 January 2019 and grossed approx. ₹342.06 crore worldwide collection. It has received generally positive reviews from critics and ranks among the highest-grossing Indian films of 2019.
Uri movie screenplay is divided into five chapters with the film opening in June 2015. Within minutes, Dhar unleashes a barrage of gunshots as an Indian Army convoy is ambushed by militants. A few minutes later, in a cover operation, a special army forces unit attacks a terrorist camp on the Eastern border. The guns and grenades explode to a pulsating soundtrack and the breathless editing builds tension. On their return to central india (New Delhi), the victorious unit, led by Major Vihaan Shergill (Vicky Kaushal), is commended by the prime minister (Rajit Kapur).
Vicky Kaushal is in top form in the part of Vihaan Shergill. He not only rocks an army uniform, but also pitches Shergill just right — neither a chest-thumper nor a brooder, but a patriot who is an officer and a gentleman.
In the first few chapters, Aditya Dhar build up Vihaan Shergill’s past story and leads up to the attack on an Indian Army base in Uri in which 19 soldiers were killed and the Indian government’s subsequent decision to respond with surgical strikes.
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In this film Paresh Rawal plays the role of Govind Bhardwaj (National Security Advisor), in charge of the mission. Rajit Kapur dons a silver wig and beard, and sits in the PM’s seat. His conference table also accommodates office-holders modelled on Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar and Home Minister Rajnath Singh. The best high command lends itself to expected jingoistic and provocative dialogues. Yami Gautam plays an intelligence officer (Pallavi Sharma),Which is an undercover RAW agent. Kirti Kulhari pops in and out as a woebegone Indian Air Force pilot. Swaroop Sampat plays Vihaan’s mother and Mohit Raina makes an impression as the fearless Major Karan Kashyap, he done perfect on this role.
This film would have benefited greatly from some surgery, or at least amputation, on the second half. Considering that the entire film is leading up to the events that occurred in the 11 days after the 18 September 2016 attack, that is where greater heft was needed.
Some intrigue in the intelligence gathering and strategising would have been welcome. But it turns out that an invention, casually designed by an intern at the Defence Research and Development Organization (DRDO), can save the day.
Movie Review By Critics :
The film has an approval rating of 67% based on 12 reviews, with an average rating of 6/12. Namrata Joshi (Indian Film Critic), writing on her review: “Whichever side of the political divide one may stand, one can’t dismiss Aditya’s (Film Director) canniness and craft, despite knowing that he is lionising the obvious and providing a one-sided narrative.”
Taran Adarsh (Indian Film Critic of ETC Tv Channel) gives the film 3.5 stars out of 5 rating and says “Uri is one film that *should* be watched… Absorbing screenplay, superbly executed combat scenes, efficient direction Aditya Dhar… Uri is thrilling, gripping, instils patriotism, without getting jingoistic.
Rajeev Masand of News 18 gave the film 3 out of 5 stars and said, “Vicky Kaushal is in especially good form as the protagonist, looking every bit the army man. He brings both the bulked-up physicality and the sort of steely determination that the part requires.”
And Amman Khurana (Indian Film Critic of Times Now News), giving 3 stars out of 5, and comment: “Uri: The Surgical Strike is a rather mature film. It somehow knows that it is catering to the viewer that is tired of watching the men in uniform who thump their chests to show their love and passion for the country.” He further has to say: “The stunning cinematography and the VFX work ensure that Uri: The Surgical Strike does not pass off as a comic-book account of the operation.” He concludes: “Uri: The Surgical Strike is a good one-time watch. If not for anything else, watch it for Vicky Kaushal, who brings the right amount of intensity to his role and drives the film from start to finish.”
Anupama Chopra of Film Companion gave the film 2.5 out of 5 stars and said, “The film alternates between fact and fiction, between gritty re-creations of combat and Top Gun-style, slow-motion shots of soldiers getting out of helicopters. For the first half, Aditya manages this tight-rope walk efficiently, aided by the strong work of DOP Mitesh Mirchandani. The story-telling has scale and the narrative beats are predictable but satisfying