URI: The Surgical Strike Movie Review
URI: The Surgical Strike: Vicky Kaushal Proves His Talent Again After Raazi
Uri: The Surgical Strike is more a documentary than a movie. Related to a real-life incident when 18 Indian soldiers laid their life in a terror attack by heavily armed terrorists in Uri town in Jammu and Kashmir, the movie tries to depict the events as they unfolded on 18 September 2016 and again on 29 September when the Indian army retaliated with surgical strikes.
Major Vihan Singh Shergill is looking for premature retirement to serve his mother who’s suffering from late-stage Alzheimer. The army offers a desk job in South Block to Vihan but the destiny has already selected Vihan for the most audacious job an army officer can expect. When the country calls, Vihan gets ready to lead the surgical strikes. For him and for every soldier, it is the country that comes first.
Highlights of the movie:
- Related to the real surgical strikes
- Dialogues that get etched in mind
- Cinematography and the VFX work is stunning
- Amazing performance by the cast especially Vicky Kaushal
URI: The Surgical Strike First Look And Poster
The poster has Uri inscribed on it and Indian soldiers are seen raiding the enemy territory to carry out the surgical strikes. Vicky Kaushal is seen standing tall with army outfit and armaments in middle of the poster. A helicopter is seen in the background.
Why watch the movie?
It is the movie worth watching for everyone. The story, dialogue, cinematography, star cast and the sequence of events all make it a very interesting and educative movie.
- Vicky Kaushal dons the army outfit second time after Raazi
- Paresh Rawal will play the role of NSA Mr. AjitDoval