In the world of social media and speedy internet, online piracy is a major concern for the filmmakers. Without a second thought, due to a few illegal sites, many times, the overall business of a movie gets affected. But looks like the makers of the latest film Uri: The Surgical Strike have played it smart and were already prepared to fight such cybercrime. If you are totally confused about what we are talking then here's the thing. A guy discovered a torrent link online claiming to have the full Uri film, but when he downloaded the file and played it, all he got was just disappointment in return.
Definitely a smart move, the makers of Uri: The Surgical Strike saved their film from the clutches of these illegal sites and of course those who believe in piracy and download the film rather than buying a ticket and visiting the theatre. So when an online freak made an attempt to download and watch the pirated version of the movie, all he received was a video featuring Vicky Kaushal and Yami Gautam stopping his efforts to watch the pirated version of the film. This is really hilarious, as imagine, after downloading 3.8 GB of data from the torrent, he received nothing. Have a look at the video below:
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. The flick which opened to mixed reviews is performing tremendously well at the ticket window.