‘Uri’ team pays a memorable tribute to victims of 26/11 attacks on 10th anniversary
November 26, 2008! Remember this date! On this very day, the city of Mumbai was ravaged by one of the worst kind of terror attacks. The dastardly and horrific terror strikes saw hundreds of innocent people losing their lives and getting seriously injured. Today, the whole of India is witnessing its 10th anniversary and is asking for justice.
Now, actor Vicky Kaushal‘s upcoming film ‘Uri’, which is also based on the surgical strikes which took place in 2016, paid a fitting tribute to the victims. The team of ‘Uri’ released a video on Twitter and remembered the martyrs and vowed to take revenge. The ‘Uri’ team captioned the tweet as, “Here’s a #UriRadioTribute to victims of the deadly terror attacks. Today around 300 radio stations observe silence at 10.12 am for #MumbaiTerrorAttack victims #2611Attack #Remembering2611 #PVR”
Watch the video:
Here’s a #UriRadioTribute to victims of the deadly terror attacks. Today around 300 radio stations observe silence at 10.12 am for #MumbaiTerrorAttack victims #2611Attack #Remembering2611 #PVR pic.twitter.com/Nsb2FzQSi4
— PVRCinemas (@_PVRCinemas) November 26, 2018
‘Uri’ is being produced by RSVP movies and directed by Aditya Dhar. ‘URI: The Surgical Strike’ is scheduled for release on January 11, 2019. The teaser was released in September this year. The teaser gave us a glimpse of the surgical strikes that were conducted by the Indian Army on September 18, 2016 inside Pakistani terror launch pads.