Mumbai: Bollywood actor Vicky Kaushal starrer film 'URI: The Surgical Strike' is being re-released in cinemas on Republic Day today. A film that inculcated a sense of patriotism and pride among the people. Once the audience is ready to perform again. Indian film critic and trade analyst Taran Adarsh has shared the news of the re-release of the film. He wrote in a tweet, "#URI BACK IN CINEMAS ... #UriTheSurgicalStrike - coming back to cinemas tomorrow. '
The film will reportedly be released in cinemas in 29 cities including Mumbai, Pune, Kolkata, Noida, Gurgaon, Chandigarh and Indore. However, it is not the first time that the film has been brought back to the silver screen after the initial release. In 2019, the film, which was initially released in January. He was released again on the big screen in July. Where it was released in 500 theatres across Maharashtra on the occasion of Kargil Day.
The film, made in the direction of Aditya Dhar, is based on the Indian Army's surgical strike of 2016 and is based on the Indian Army's surgical strike in Pakistan following the terrorist attacks in URI city of Jammu and Kashmir. The surgical strike of 2016 was started on September 29 when four terrorists attacked the Indian Army in URI on September 18 and killed 19 unarmed soldiers.