Uri: The Surgical Strike Box Office Collection Day 37: Vicky Kaushal’s War Drama Continues Its Golden Run, Collects Rs 222.80 Crore
Vicky Kaushal starrer Uri: The Surgical Strike earns Rs 222.80 crore. (Photo Credits: File Photo)

Vicky Kaushal starrer 'Uri: The Surgical Strike', which portrays the valour of Indian Army at its best, is turning out to be one of the most successful films of recent times. Aditya Dhar's directorial Uri: The Surgical Strike has not just turned out to be his biggest solo blockbuster but has also broken box office records set by the top three grosses of 2018 - "Padmaavat", Sanju and Simmba. The film has earned Rs 2.47 crore on Saturday, thus, taking its total collection to Rs 222.80 crore in 37 days. What’s noteworthy is how Uri: The Surgical Strike has managed to battle the Gully Boy juggernaut. Uri - The Surgical Strike Box Office Collection: Vicky Kaushal and Yami Gautam Starrer Continues To Mint Money, Earns Rs 217.80 Crore

Earlier today, Film Trade Analyst Taran Adarsh took to the micro-blogging site to share the official collection of the Vicky Kaushal starrer. He wrote on Twitter, "#UriTheSurgicalStrike is competing with biggies in several circuits... Mumbai circuit crosses ₹ 77 cr... Contribution from South circuits [Nizam-AP, Mysore, TN, Kerala] is ₹ 37 cr+ [humongous]... [Week 6] Fri 1.20 cr, Sat 2.47 cr. Total: ₹ 222.80 cr. India biz." Pulwama Terror Attack: This Should Not be Forgotten and Should Not Be Forgiven Says Vicky Kaushal

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Bankrolled by Ronnie Screwvala, Uri: The Surgical Strike is based on the surgical strikes carried out by the Indian army in 2016. Talking about the movie, our in-house film critic Sreeju Sudhakaran wrote in his review, "There is no doubt that Uri will catch the attention of the viewers with the terrorist attack and the retaliation still fresh in our minds (and if not, there will be factors linked to the upcoming elections to remind you of that). Vicky Kaushal is very effective as the leading man. Uri, however, needed a surgical strike on its writing, as most of its effectiveness is lost in the balance between jingoism and realism." Stay tuned to this space for further updates.