‘Uri’ Trailer: Vicky Is Battle-Ready in the Patriotic Action-Drama

Uri trailer out Vicky Kaushal's intense performance will give you goosebumps

URI, based on real-life, refers to PM Narendra Modi, Home Minister Rajnath Singh

Inspired by real incidents, the film will is said to be a tribute to officers who lost their lives and the ones who are still fighting for the security of the nation. The film not only gives an insight into the surgical strike but also the people behind the significant event, which involves the honourable Prime Minister and Home Minister.

Paresh Rawal plays a character who supports the entire surgical strike.

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It is the first film which will be exclusively having Vicky as the protagonist with an only ensemble cast as support. Several of his friends from the Bollywood fraternity have posted their reactions to the trailer of the film, and needless to say, all are positive ones.

The teaser of the film received an exceptional response from the netizens. Vicky Kaushal, as always, exudes every aspect of an Indian soldier. The actor has carved a place for himself and has impressed the audience with his remarkable performances. Actually, the surgical strike was the reaction of the attack happened in the army base camp in Uri. It opens with a backgrounder that says, "On 18 September 2016, 19 unarmed Indian soldiers were martyred at Uri base came, Kashmir".

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Vicky Kaushal is seen donning the avatar of an army commando who heads the surgical strike in Uri.

The film will hit the theatres on 11th January2019 and after watching the trailer today, we're definitely eager to watch this one on the big screen.

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