Uri Box Office Collection: Vicky Kaushal starrer beats Baahubali 2's fourth week numbers, becomes 'MONSTROUS HIT'
Uri Box Office Collection: Uri The Surgical Strike movie directed by Aditya Dhar has scripted history on the box office. Uri film is giving a tough competition to new releases and is now all set to enter Rs 200 crore. Film critic and trade analyst Taran Adarsh has said that the Vicky Kaushal film has managed to beat a record in its fourth week which was held by 'Baahubali 2'.
Uri Box Office Collection: MONSTROUS HIT, beats Baahubali 2
Uri Box Office Collection: : "#UriTheSurgicalStrike creates HISTORY... Smashes Day 23 and Day 24 records held by #Baahubali2... Day 23: #Baahubali2 Rs 6.35 cr... #Uri Rs 6.53 cr | Day 24: #Baahubali2 Rs 7.80 cr... #Uri Rs 8.71 cr. Now #Uri holds the record of highest Day 23 and Day 24. MONSTROUS HIT!," said Adarsh.
Uri Box Office Collection: Rs 189.76 cr till now
Uri Box Office Collection: Taran Adarsh also said that the film is winning hears and has been rewriting record books. "#UriTheSurgicalStrike is winning hearts, setting new benchmarks and rewriting the record books... Inches closer to Rs 200 cr... [Week 4] Fri 3.43 cr, Sat 6.53 cr, Sun 8.71 cr. Total: Rs 189.76 cr. India biz. #Uri #HowsTheJosh," said Adarsh.
Uri Box Office Collection: BLOCKBUSTER
Uri Box Office Collection: Rs 245 crore worldwide
Uri Box Office Collection: Brilliantly executed film
Uri Box Office Collection: In an interview to IANS, Adarsh said that Uri has worked for multiple reasons. " The choice of the story, as well as storytelling, deserve full marks. The surgical attack and how it was executed is brilliantly depicted. Secondly, 'Uri..' is all about national pride, power and patriotism," said Adarsh.
Uri Box Office Collection: Vicky Kaushal's performance
Uri Box Office Collection: Adarsh added that Vicky Kaushal's performance is also a key to the success of the film. "Vicky Kaushal's strong performance, Aditya Dhar's superb direction, Mitesh Mirchandani`s stylish cinematography and the background score and sound design are superb. Most importantly, the war cry, 'How's The Josh? High Sir!' has caught on in a big big big way," he said.