‘Uri’ actor Mohit Raina on India’s Air Strike: This is a clear message that India won’t be silent anymore
Today, our entire nation woke up to the pleasant news of India giving a befitting reply to the perpetrators of the Pulwama attack. Yes, India discreetly carried out a surgical strike at Pakistan’s terror camps across the LOC. The entire nation is rejoicing over India’s befitting reply to the terrorists.
Television actor Mohit Raina, who made his Bollywood debut with Aditya Dhar’s ‘Uri: The Surgical Strike’, has applauded the Indian Air Force for their bravery and has called it the move of New India. Talking about the air strikes, Mohit told Pinkvilla, “Well, this is definitely a New India. Air strikes are usually avoided as far as my limited knowledge is and the last was done in 1971. This is sending a very clear message to the perpetrators, India won’t be silent anymore.”
Mohit, who hails from Jammu, had played Major Karan Kashyap in ‘Uri’. In his previous interviews, the actor had shared how he has closely seen the lives of the Indian Army since he grew up around them.
Apart from Mohit, several other Bollywood celebs have praised the Indian government for striking back and carrying out the whole operation so discreetly.