URI: The Surgical Strike is probably one of the few good movies that actually got all the attention it deserved. This movie that oozes with patriotism made Indians proud and emotional towards our Jawans who have been risking their lives for providing us with a safe India. But now is no time morn, because this movie becomes a super hit and for all the right reasons. URI is one movie that, we bet, will keep you on the edge of the seat all the time.
URI helped a lot of actors hit the limelight and one such actor is Vicky Kaushal. Though we cannot be any happier about his success, we think he is not the sole reason why URI became such a massive hit. So in this article, we have listed down top 10 reasons URI: The Surgical Strike is not only not about Vicky Kaushal but the things that made our watch such a pleasant one.
- The Cinematography: Mitesh Mirchandani was able to pull off something that Bollywood has been struggling in the past, War movies that actually gives you an immersive experience. He made sure that people who feel everything that the characters go through in the movie. Be it the colour palette, the camera shakes or the camera moments, he nailed each aspect of it and gave us an experience of watching a Hollywood war movie.
- Yami Gautam: From a nurse who takes care of Vicky Kaushal’s mother to a secret agent, she is perfect for any role that you can think of. No one batted an eyelid when she became in charge and took care of the entire mission. Though she has branched out into different film industries and gave some good hits in the past, we think this movie would always be her best, Period.
- The Funeral Scene: Making someone feel for a reel character is harder than what you think. You cannot make someone weep just by playing sad BGM and by making some actors cry. It has to be more real and relatable, and the funeral scene from URI: The Surgical Strike had all of that. It was as real as it gets. You have to watch the movie to experience that emotional ride.
- Mohit Raina: If we were to choose our favourite character from the movie, it would obviously be Major Karan Kashyap. Mohit Raina’s portrayal of Major Karan Kashyap was not only perfect, but it also made a lot of people, even men, shed some tears. The way he unleashes himself to save his fellow soldiers is something that will surely send chills down your spine.
- Paresh Rawal: Be it Baburao Ganpatrao Apte in Hera Pheri or Govind Bhardwaj in URI: The Surgical Strike, this 63-year-old veteran actor has proved his calibre time and again. We can bet that you will and must have giggled every time he broke that phone. We couldn’t think of any other actor who could have pulled off Govind Bhardwaj’s character this flawlessly.
This is one movie that is undoubtedly going to be a classic in the sheer future and couldn’t be any happier. Though there are multiple reasons why URI got all the attention and love, these are just a few of them. Did you watch the movie? Let us know in the comment section.