URI : The Surgical Strike starring Vicky Kaushal, Paresh Rawal, Yami Gautam, Kirti Kulhari and Mohit Raina is surely the 1st winner at cinemas in 2019. Here’s the movie’s complete film review…
Plot : A movie based on true events, URI : A Surgical Strike is based on the series of events when India executed successful surgical strikes against militant launch pads across the LINE OF CONTROL in Pakistani administered Kashmir. The first major release of 2019, URI revolves around the aftermath in Major Vihaan Shergill’s life played by the indispensable Vicky Kaushal. He plays a major who is bounded by his love for both his family and his nation. In the middle of juggling his love for the two parameters, he decides to shift to the capital so as to spend time with her mother who is losing her memory day by day. This transfer comes right after he returned from a successful invasion of terrorists and henceforth, his seniors are also reluctant to give him away.
After his brother-in-law, played by TV sensation Mohit Raina, dies in the URI attack which was executed by four terrorists from Pakistan and seeing the state of his sister and niece, Vihaan’s blood boils and he finds himself ready to give it back to them with sheer vengeance and determination. The major applies again for the surgical strike declared by the National Security Adviser played to the T by Paresh Rawal. What follows next is a heartfelt tale which will instill the patriotism for one’s country in the truest sense. The obsession and the fierce aggression to fight and the never say never spirit of the country’s youth has been displayed perfectly.
Performances : Vicky Kaushal has again proved why he is easily one of the most trusted and dependable actors of the young generation of actors. Vicky as Vihaan has adapted to the skin of the character to the T. All the emotions right from being happy when he sees his family happy to the utter sadness which he feels when he losts his loved ones are equally felt by the audience not forgetting that anger and state of vengeance which has been emoted oh-so-wonderfully. The actor is here to stay and he proves it with every passing film. On the other hand, Mohit Raina has made an impressive debut where he looks so believable as an army-officer and does wonders in his act. We wish his role was even more in length though. Also, not to forget, the two actresses Yami Gautam who plays an agent and Kirti Kulhari who plays an air-force officer who is determined to return to field provide perfect assistance to the movie’s pacey story-telling. Kirti’s act will leave you connected with her whereas Yami’s character is strong and determined. Last but not the least, the veteran actor Paresh Rawal stuns once again and we don’t need to say anything more about the talent he is.
What We Liked : The pacey story-telling, the instilling of the right sense of patriotism and the narration which keeps you on hook are URI’s golden caps. The background score is hard-hitting and makes you roar and hoot for the army men fighting all out for the nation and acts as the perfect catalyst. The crisp direction by the debutant director Aditya Dhar is amazing and it doesn’t look like it is his first outing at the cinemas.
What We Didn’t Like : Nothing much or that strongly affecting so that it should be penned down.
Overall, URI is definitely the 1st winner at the cinemas in 2o19 and will give you reasons to love your country and respect the army even more. A story which deserved to be shown is finally out and we are expecting everyone to have a gala of a time at the theaters just like how we did! Definitely, a good start to 2019 Team URI.
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