Vicky Kaushal-Yami Gautam's war drama Uri: The Surgical Strike has proved to be a box office ruler. The makers started the drill by promoting the film heavily, making sure that it reaches to wider chunk of the audience. We are glad, that this effort did not go waste as the film has won the hearts of the fans. Not just fans, but the latest admirer of the film is none other than Bollywood actor, Rishi Kapoor. Nirmala Sitharaman Interacts With 'Uri: The Surgical Strike' Star-cast on Army Day, Praises The Movie.
It is always a good feeling when an industry person takes time to watch the film and appreciate it. Rishi's tweet filled with appreciation is truly a heart warming gesture.
In his tweet, the Kapoor and Sons actor wrote, "Saw URI. Terrific warfare film. Perhaps the best ever made in India. It bought the home the point India has nothing against the citizens of Pakistan but those terrorists being trained in camps against us. Bravo. Let this be an eye opener."
Saw URI. Terrific war fare film. Perhaps the best ever made in India. It bought the home the point India has nothing against the citizens of Pakistan but those terrorists being trained in camps against us. Bravo. Let this be an eye opener pic.twitter.com/ZTKaI4xnZ9
— Rishi Kapoor (@chintskap) January 19, 2019
RK is known for this honest tweets regarding situations and movies. Hence, his this tweet will probably compel the followers to go and watch the film if they have not already! Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor's New Year Date With Rishi and Neetu is All About The Family, But There is Something to Worry In the Picture.
Speaking of watching the film, the fans were requested to watch Uri movie in theatres instead of dowloading it illegally from online piracy sites. The makers also made a mock download link of 3.9 gb available where the stars appealed to the fans to stop piracy. However, to their dismay, the film still got leaked on the online piracy site namely TamilRockers, which is infamous for leaking all the big films. Well, movies are supposed to be enjoyed on big screens and we hope that this tweet by Rishi Kapoor atleast makes fans go to the theatres!