Despite a kickass anti-piracy campaign, Vicky Kaushal's Uri

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Adarsh had earlier tweeted that Vicky Kaushal's film is among non-holiday releases like Raazi, Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety, Ranbir Kapoor's Sanju and Prabhas's Baahubali 2 that didn't depend on any festive releases to guarantee success at the box office.

Vicky Kaushal's Uri: The Surgical Strike already become a jackpot for its makers, as it has already managed to earn more than its cost of production, promotional and advertising expenditure.

Talking about the movie, Uri is based on the true events specifically on the 2016 surgical strikes carried out by the Indian Army in Pakistan.

After showing off his acting prowess in his past films through his power-packed performances, actor Vicky Kaushal put another feature into his cap with his latest release 'Uri: "The Surgical Strike".

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Los organizadores habían comunicado que llegarían unos 3.000 autobuses y que en la manifestación participarían unas 600.000 personas.

The film also stars Yami Gautam. The makers also organised a special screening for Indian President Ram Nath Kovind a few days back. Since content of the war-drama is good, the film did solid business on Saturday collecting Rs 12.43 crores. But Major Vihaan Shergill soon breaks the fourth wall and tells the viewers that the characters have done a surgical strike and that the viewers should catch the film in the theatres.

The Aditya Dhar directed film collected Rs. 7.60 crore more on its second Friday which has never happened before if one considers the fact that the opening day numbers were in any case quite high at Rs. 8.20 crore.

"Casting Vicky Kaushal as a solo hero was a risk in itself".

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