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UNDOUBTEDLY THE MOST REALISTIC DEMONSTRATION OF WAR WE HAVE EVER SEEN ON THE BIG SCREEN.
This movie, without a doubt, is the best movie I have ever seen. URI THE SURGICAL STRIKE is a very accurate presentation of Surgical strike. In a lot of the parts, I felt like I was actually there. It was all thanks to Aditya Dhar's camera-work.
URI is a remarkable and engaging piece of film making considering the outcome of the story is already well known. We know how it all turns out and You've probably heard about the amount of violence, blood, and gore and that's all true- yet remain mesmerized by familiar details, filmed with a harrowing sense of urgency. That shows debutante Aditya Dhar's skill as a director.
The incredible visuals throughout the movie are captivating from start to finish showing the horrors that befall soldiers at war.
Coming to performances Vicky Kaushal owns the film once again as Vihan as he laughs, cries and shouts in anger, making you root for him all the way. Paresh Rawal deserves a round of applause for his nuanced performance as the NSA. Mohit Raina gets an interesting character to portray and he justifies it completely. Yami Gautam does a fine job as another Intelligence officer but gets a limited scope.
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