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URI - The Surgical Strike (Hindi)

URI - The Surgical Strike (Hindi)

11 Jan, 2019
2 hrs 18 mins
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URI chronicles the events of the surgical strike conducted by the Indian military against the suspected militants in Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK). It tells the story of the 11 tumultuous events over which the operation was carried out.
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Verdict: Vicky Kaushal strikes right into your patriotic hearts. War movies have always struggled to balance on the thin line between the terms patriotism and jingoism. Aditya Dhar, in his debut directorial URI - The Surgical Strike, has successfully delivered a film with the perfect blend of josh, action, and intent. Starring Vicky Kaushal, Paresh Rawal, Rajit Kapur, and Mohit Raina, the movie is... ...Read full review
Its one man show and he understands the delicacy of his character. He cant go over the top but also has to channel all the right emotions. Heres an army personnel who is as vulnerable as any of us but is willing to risk everything he has got for a reason thats deeply personal yet related to all of us. Vicky Kaushal has hit all the right notes, to say the least. Grim yet determined, he charges with vigor. Uri totally belongs to him. ...Read full review
The movie on the whole keeps you watching despite some clunky passages. Its always good to have movies in which the soldiers look real, even if the action is buoyed by such dialogues as unhe Kashmir chaihye, humein unka sar. ...Read full review
An Unabashed Love Letter To The Indian Army. ...Read full review
Uri: The Surgical Strike is a fitting tribute to the Indian Army conceptually but cinematically, its not a film without flaws. ...Read full review
Vicky Kaushal takes Pakistan head on in this military drama. ...Read full review
Theres a lot to admire here, but because it cant shake off its unmistakably filmi sensibility which is inherently at odds with the no-nonsense tone it aspires for it proves thrilling only in parts. The film is too long at nearly 2 hours and 20 minutes and as a result, it runs but never flies. ...Read full review