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Uri has received mixed reviews. The Indian Express film critic Shubhra Gupta gave it 2 stars and wrote, “Uri: The Surgical Strike is slickly made, and on the whole keeps you watching despite some clunky passages.”
When asked about their modern family and how they have managed to be one big happy family despite their parents’ separation and second marriages, Shahid said it was actually him who pestered his mother for a brother. “When my mom got married for the second time she was pretty clear she didn’t want a second baby because she felt like, you know, it was pretty late, she got married in her early 30s. I kept pestering her saying that it is not fair, I deserve a sibling. And she literally had Ishaan for me. I begged her for two or three years. And finally she gave in and said ‘Alright, I am gonna have one,” he said.
And yet again Vicky Kaushal is winning over the audience with his commendable performance in his first ever action film, Uri: The Surgical Strike. Directed by Aditya Dhar, while the film pays a heartfelt tribute to the Indian Army.
Vijay Ratnakar Gutte-directed The Accidental Prime Minister clashed with Uri: The Surgical Strike at the box office. Vicky Kaushal’s film emerged as a clear winner since the film garnered over Rs. 20 crore in two days.
The latest in the slew of nationalist films is Uri: The Surgical Strike, starring Vicky Kaushal, Paresh Rawal, Yami Gautam and Kirti Kulhari. It is based on the September 2016 retaliation surgical strikes carried out by the Indian Army in response to the terror attacks at Uri, the army base camp in Kashmir. Vicky plays the role of a dedicated soldier, Vihaan, who is known for his meticulous strategising and planning in missions. After a successful mission, he wishes to retire from army life, as his mother needs him.