Published: Mon, January 21, 2019
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

URI Box Office Collection Day 10: Vicky Kaushal starrer hits a century at domestic market

URI Box Office Collection Day 10: Vicky Kaushal starrer hits a century at domestic market

The film also stars Yami Gautam. The film has managed to collect Rs 37.96 crore in its second weekend at the box office, which is more than what it collected in its first weekend of release: Rs 35.73 crore. Actor Vicky Kaushal's latest film is the first blockbuster of 2019 and has crossed the Rs 100 crore milestone at the box office in 10 days. "And #Uri crosses Rs 100 cr".

As per trade analysts, Uri: The Surgical Strike bears the potential to enter the coveted Rs 100 crore club in its second week, if it continues the upward trend. Helmed by Aditya Dhar and bankrolled by Ronnie Screwvala under the banner of RSVP Movies, Uri revolves around 2016 surgical strike conducted by Indian Army. The movie has created havoc at the box-office on Sunday and set such a high number that is almost impossible for any film to repeat in the second weekend considering a high first weekend of the film. "Content is king and the audiences are king makers!", he wrote in his tweet. The film was released on January 11 and received positive reviews from all around.

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Apart from Vicky Kaushal and his hard-hitting performance, there is probably another person who has a big hand in the success of the film - Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Speaking about her excitement, Yami said, "Very happy with the kind of response that the film has earned and is continuing to have a great run at the box office". Its unbelievable to have producers like Ronnie who believe in their content and invest in people like us. Given the kind of run that the film is having now, one really can't put any end figure to the expected lifetime total here which could practically go anywhere.

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