Uri

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Aditya Dhar
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Friday, January 11, 2019

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Actor Navtej Hundal, who most recently appeared in Aditya Dhar's "Uri: The Surgical Strike", is dead.

The first quarter of 2019 marks a great start for Bollywood projects with diverse content being backed by successful box office stories, and the business signalling the co-existence of big as well as small budget movies.

Aditya Dhar's debut film "Uri: The Surgical Strike" has declared a war of its own at the box office. Based on the 2016 Uri attack, the film, which has already crossed the 100-crore mark, is marching towards the 200-crore target quite effortlessly.

Finance Minister Piyush Goyal praised the latest release "Uri: The Surgical Strike" during the Interim Budget session here on Friday.

Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Sunday watched film "Uri: The Surgical Strike" with war veterans at a Bengaluru mall.

Actress-singer Manasi Parekh Gohil felt that "Uri: The Surgical Strike" was a great way to start her Bollywood journey.

India has a very rich and advanced music industry, says music composer Shashwat Sachdev, who returned to the country's music industry a few years ago after working briefly in Hollywood.

Vicky Kaushal, who is set to give yet another enthralling performance in "Uri", says the forthcoming film is based on an incident that left a deep impact on every Indian.

Filmmaker Aditya Dhar, who is making his directorial debut with his film "Uri: The Surgical Strike", has said that his film hasn't shown Pakistanis in poor light and he hoped they too will appreciate the movie.

Quite recently, the ever-evolving Vicky Kaushal was seen in a film "Raazi" where Pakistani military officers were shown to be such angels of mercy we all felt guilty for portraying them as villains in our films.

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