New Delhi, Mar 5 : RSVP's ‘URI: The Surgical Strike’ has bagged the top spot on IMDB's all time highest rated film, beating the likes of the cult classic ‘Anand’ and the critically renowned ‘Drishyam’ (Malayalam).
With an outstanding rating of nine stars out of 10, ‘URI’ has made its way above India's finest cinematic works over the year. The war drama depicted one of the most prominent victories of Indian Army with the surgical strike at URI, after the terrorist attack at an army base.
The on screen portrayal of an army officer by Vicky Kaushal has won the hearts of the audience across the nation, making the actor a star to be reckoned with. Not just rave reviews and love from audience, ‘URI: The Surgical Strike’ has shattered the box office with its magnificent run earning over Rs 240 crore and still running strong.
Creating a rage online with the dialogue 'How's the Josh? High Sir", the film left the internet in frenzy with the power packed dialogue.
‘URI: The Surgical Strike’ is directed by Aditya Dhar and produced by Ronnie Screwvala under the banner of RSVP Movies. UNI