URI Box Office Collection: Vicky Kaushal starrer becomes the FIRST film of 2019 to cross 200 crore mark

Vicky Kaushal starrer URI crossed the 200 crore mark at the box office. The film also starred Paresh Rawal, Yami Gautam and Mohit Raina.
URI Box Office Collection: Vicky Kaushal starrer becomes the FIRST film of 2019 to cross 200 crore markURI Box Office Collection: Vicky Kaushal starrer becomes the FIRST film of 2019 to cross 200 crore mark
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Last year, Vicky Kaushal left the audience impressed with back-to-back phenomenal performances. 2019 began with a bang for the talented actor as his film Uri: The Surgical Strike received raving reviews from the audience as well as critics. Based on the true story of the surgical strike of 2016, the film is helmed by Aditya Dhar and also stars Yami Gautam, Paresh Rawal and Mohit Raina in pivotal roles.
 
Uri released on January 11, 2019, and from the first day itself, the shows of the film have been housefull. Vicky's performance as an Indian army officer in the film and the stellar cast and the brilliant director by Aditya has left the audience in awe of the film. Well, this Vicky Kaushal starrer has crossed the mark of 200 crores at the box office. As reported by Box Office India, Uri made a collection of Rs 29 crore approx at the end of the fourth week of its release.
 
The Sanju actor took to his Instagram page to share this wonderful news. He shared a poster of the film and captioned it, "Thank You India!". Uri: The Surgical strike also becomes the first film of 2019 to cross the 200-crore mark at the box office.
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Thank You India!

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In an interview with us recently, when we asked the Masaan actor was asked about the film's success, he said, "I think we are living in the time where good content only gets you good money. The content if it doesn't work with the audiences eventually, the movie doesn't earn that much money. It is only the content which works with the audiences. So, I think it is a beautiful phase where content and box office money is going hand in hand, and I am very lucky to be a part of such a phase of Hindi cinema."

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Yes !!!! Vicky you rock.

I thought "100 crore" was the thing. I didn't even know "200 crore" was a thing.

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