Uri- Movie Story:

Directed by Aditya Dhar
Produced by Ronnie Screwvala
Screenplay by Aditya Dhar
Starring Vicky Kaushal
Paresh Rawal
Mohit Raina
Kirti Kulhari
Yami Gautam
Music by Shashwat Sachdev
Cinematography Mitesh Mirchandani
Edited by Shivkumar V. Panicker
RSVP Movies
  Budget Rs. 45 Crores

The movie started with the scene of a Military troop of Indian Army being ambushed in the jungles of Manipur, India. The Indian Army then after seemed to plan an attack going deep into the jungles of Myanmar demolishing the horrendous terrorist outfit NSCN prevalent in NE India. The commander of that troop, Major Vihan Shergill played by Vicky Kaushal that destroyed NCSN in their backyard was seen being rewarded by the Prime Minister of India along with his teammates.

He filed an advanced retirement as he was worried about his ailing mother. His mother was at New Delhi all alone and he worked in the NE region of India and so it became difficult for him to take care of his mother. PM asked him to join the Army Head Quarters in New Delhi where he was given an A/c desk job. He returned to his mother in New Delhi. He was perplexed as the days progresses working in the same Army Office. He felt his purpose was something else and he opted for something else as his mother was a big concern for him.

His friend cum brother-in-law Captain, Captain Karan Kashyap played by Mohit Rana was seen to lost his life as his army camp was severely ambushed and hell fired by Pakistan supported terrorists in one of the nights at Uri Army Camp At J&K, India. Major Shergil could not stop himself approaching his Unit Head to appoint him for the revenge strike on Uri Attackers by Pak-aided terrorists. He eventually after getting the nod, planned a full proof plan to demolish all the terrorist camps in Pak Occupied Kashmir (PoK). Various teams of the Uri’s Surgical Strike in the final scene, demolished all the establishments in and nearby PoK and came out successful with no one being hurt or dead.

TM Thoughts:

URI: The Surgical Strike is the best Indian War films ever made with no unnecessary romance or melodrama in between. The story went into a sequential track; one chapter after another. Aditya Dhar debuting with this movie has done a marvelous job with his direction. Mitish Mirchandani’s amazing cinematography, mindblowing VFX and enthralling tracks in the background. The actors, be it Vicky or Mohit, or Yami had given one of their best performances. Few movies till date had led your patriotism to the peak and then left you totally speechless in its climax with the sheer brilliance in acting, detailing and direction and Uri: The Surgical Strike is one of those that had touched all our patriotic nerves.

Rating: 4.5 Out of 5 Stars