Vicky Kaushal and Yami Gautam starrer Uri: The Surgical Strike is surely impressing one and all. The movie, which is already a super hit at the box office in just five days, has garnered praises from many from the industry. And even though Minister of Defence, Nirmala Sitharaman has not seen the movie, she has praised the team for making such a film. The dialogue from Uri, ‘How’s The Josh? High Sir’, has taken over the social media. Recently, former cricketer Virender Sehwag too watched the film and took to Twitter to praise it.
He clicked a selfie with the poster of the film and tweeted that he has simply loved the movie. Just like everyone else, Sehwag also wrote the dialogue, ‘How’s The Josh? High Sir’, in his tweet. The former cricketer’s tweet grabbed the lead actor Vicky Kaushal's attention and he replied to Sehwag by saying that his tweet made his day. Uri has collected Rs 55.25 crore in five days and has broken the jinxed that movies don’t work at the box office in January.
Uri: The Surgical Strike is based on the Uri attacks that took place in 2016 and then the surgical strike that Indian army did on the neighbouring country. The film on its release received positive reviews and good word of mouth surely helped it to gain momentum at the box office.