The surgical strike, by all means, is a winner at the box-office. The war film, starring Vicky Kaushal as the main man, is witnessing a never-seen-before trend. On its sixth Wednesday, the film additional Rs 1 crore more to its kitty to succeed in a staggering figure of Rs 229.77 crore after a 41-day run in cinemas.
As per film trade analyst Taran Adarsh, the film can gather momentum over its seventh weekend, a clear indication that it’s going to even bit the Rs 240 crore-mark.
The surgical strike is now nearly Rs 2 crore wanting to surpass the lifetime collection of Kick (Rs 231.85 crore), Salman Khan’s Eid release of 2014. the 2 films have something very interesting in common. The directors of Uri: The surgical strike (Aditya Dhar) and Kick (Sajid Nadiadwala) hit a double century at the box-office with their debut film itself.
The surgical strike is predicated on the September 2016 Surgical Strikes conducted by the Indian Army against the fear launchpads in Pakistan, in return to a terrorist attack on an army camp in Jammu & Kashmir’s Uri earlier that month. The film also features Yami Gautam, Paresh Rawal, Mohit Raina, Kirti Kulhari and Rajit Kapur in pivotal roles.