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Aditya Dhar talks candid

Aditya Dhar talks candid:

Aditya Dhar talks of the Indian army doing so much, and that he has only done a little to give that back to the army, with his movie Uri. The movie is based on the surgical strike of 2016, as a retaliation of the Uri attack, and it will have real life footages of what had happened, and how much the Indian army risked its life 2 years ago. A lot of people have been complaining about the toxic nationalism that the movie has been portraying, but it is for the audience to decide what is what.

 

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About the film:

 

While talking about the film, the director mentioned that he was shooting a sequence with Fawad Khan, and exactly at that time, all Pakistani actors were banned because of the Uri attack. Even Fawad got banned and he was asked to return back. Aditya adds that he was confused what to do with the cast of the movie. So at that point of time, he was figuring out what actually happens when there is a surgical strike. He has been a Kashmiri Brahmin and has been exposed to all kinds of terror and violence, and he wanted a movie to explain all of this.

Uri is one of the most anticipated movie and we can only hope that time flies soon and we get to see the movie quite quick!

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