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Uri: The Surgical Strike is an Indian Hindi Language action film written and directed by Aditya Dhar that got released on 11 January 2019. Vicky Kaushal, Paresh Rawal, Mohit Raina and Yami Gautham take the central role. The film was produced by Ronnie Screwvala under the outstanding RSVP movies.

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The movie is centred on the operatingassaultsdirected by the Indian Army in 2016, contrary to militant take-off pads in Pakistan engaged Kashmir (PoK). In the secret operation, 35-50 terrorists were apparentlyslayed, in revenge to the terrorist outbreak in Uri that slaughtered 19 Indian soldiers. Consequently, Pakistan deprived of the occurrence. Aditya Dhar's challenging war playfit in the proceedings that steered to the surgical strikes as perceived through the eyes of leading role Major Vihaan Singh Shergill (Vicky Kaushal). Vicky Kaushal, after performing a brave Pakistani Army officer in Raazi, at this time he shifts sides and performs an unbeatable Indian Army Para (Special Forces) Commando. Yami Gautam, Mohit Raina, Paresh Rawal and Kirti Kulhari are active in their individualcharacters.


'Uri: The Surgical Strike' is an illusory movie grounded on the surgical strike passed out by the Indian Armed Forces in 2016. The film genre: Action.


The movie is an appropriate esteem to the Indian Army theoretically but cinematically. It's not a picture short of any faults. The movie made an inland total of ?35.73 crore for the duration of its introductory weekend and received above ?200 crore in its initial 15 days of the publication.
  • Film Director: Aditya Dhar
  • Lead Cast of the Film: Vicky Kaushal, Paresh Rawal, Mohit Raina and Yami Gautham
  • Overall Rating: 3.5/5
  • Film Certification:UA


Vihaan Singh Shergil (Vicky Kaushal) is an Indian Army Chief. In a systematized violence at the Uri army base in 2016, his brother-in-law (Mohit Raina) is amongst the slayed armed forces. A grief-stricken Vihaan pledges to seek out payback for both his brother-in-law and the country.Dhar centres on Vihaan Singh Shergill, an army chief who is at his greatest when out in the ground. He is shown as to lead a duty to missile a militant refuge.

So remarkable is Vihaan's courage that he acquiresstraightadmission to the National Security Adviser, Govind but has aweirdlikeness to real-life NSA Ajit Doval. Govind takes him to see the prime minister.Dhar figures up the world round his hero during the first half. Vihaan looks after his sick mother, constructs a fragilebond with his pilot associate Seerat (Kirti Kulhari). He is anadoring uncle to his niece not knowing of the gale that is nearby to smash his life. There was a bomb blast at an Indian army campsite in Uri, Kashmir, and it comes to Vihaan. Dhar pits this pain for all its value, carrying home the agony and sorrow of a soldier's household when they be unable to find their precious ones.

The craving for settlementclues Vihaan to undertake the "revenge mission", an risky plan formulated by Govind (Paresh Rawal) which consist of Indian forces going into Pakistani terrain to smashdistrusted militants getting ready to creep into Kashmir. The second half of the film is packed withneedlessfacts like Govind's encounter of a piece of equipment, a drone and is pretty common. For the country's national security consultant to gaze at it in admiration and call out "this may perhaps have just earned us the war!" is a slightbizarre.

As Vihaan, Vicky Kaushal is a greatcause why the movie works, carrying anopenness and asset to his charm that makes him the ultimate war big screen hero. Kulhari and Yami Gautam have littleportions that do them no uprightness.


  • Vicky Kaushal - Major Vihan Singh Shergill
  • Paresh Rawal - Govind Bhardwaj
  • Yami Gautam - Pallavi Sharma / Jasmine Almeida
  • Mohit Raina - Major Karan Kashyap
  • Kirti Kulhari - Seerat Kaur
  • Rajit Kapur - Prime minister of India
  • Ivan Rodrigues - Brian D'souza
  • Yogesh Soman - Manohar Parrikar
  • Manasi Parekh Gohil - Neha Kashyap
  • Swaroop Sampat - Suhasini Shergill
  • Shishir Sharma - General Arjun Singh Rajawat
  • Satyajit Sharma - Lt. General Ajay Garewal
  • Riva Arora - Suhani Kashyap
  • Dhairya Karwa - Captain Sartaj Singh
  • Yogesh Soman - Ravinder Agnihotri
  • Navtej Hundal - Home Minister
  • Kamal Malik - Pakistan Interior Minister
  • Sukhwinder Chahal - Pakistan Police Officer
  • Abrar Zahoor - Idris
  • Rakesh Bedi - Senior Pakistani Intelligence Official
  • Ujjwal Chopra - Indian Intelligence Agent stationed in Pakistan
Uri: The Surgical Strike


Uri was declared by producer Ronnie Screwvala on September 2017, subsequently one year of the surgical strike. The authorized preview of movie was on the rampage on 5 December 2018.Shashwat Sachdev was signed as the music director for the film.