Optimistically, someone may get impressed enough to actually turn to a theatre and watch the movie that also stars Mohit Raina and Kriti Kulhari in pivotal roles. They then announce that the movie should be watched in theatres and not illegally. While filmmakers put their blood and sweat into films along with investment worth of crores of rupees, their revenue often get damaged due to circulation of pirated copies of the films. With active watch over illegal cyber activities including piracy and strict punishments to the offenders, we are trying our best to curb piracy. The footage is going viral on Facebook. It will not only promote the movie, but also help boost the anti-piracy movement. It contained a savage message against the piracy and trailer of the film in loop.
It was done around 1st April 2017 as part of the April fool prank. They also made similar video along with trailer in loop and packaged it to look like a leaked full length film. But what happened next came as a surprise and a lesson for us. Post the airstrike, which is being dubbed as Surgical Strike 2. It was earlier done by makers of Gujarati film Karsandas.
Yami then joins him and reveals that those who could conduct a surgical strike and get secretly into another country can as well get into your screens as you stayed unalarmed. The movie he downloaded was a copy of the footage that was circulated by the filmmakers themselves. Yami Gautam, who plays an intelligence officer in Uri: The Surgical Strike, lauded the Indian Air Force for giving a befitting response to the terrorists. This was in retaliation to a deadly suicide attack carried out by the Jaish-e-Mohammad JeM on a security convoy in Pulwama earlier this month, which claimed the lives of at least 40 soldiers. While the first few seconds roll out the movie perfectly, the clip then shows Vicky Kaushal talking to the screen and hilariously trolling the users for having come this far only to be fooled. Tons of popular flicks get released on Torrents as soon as they hit the theatres.
A guy named Arin Mandal downloaded 3. In an amazing marketing ploy, the makers of Uri: The Surgical Strike have tricked the users into illegally downloading the movie by having uploaded a torrent claiming to contain the Aditya Dhar directorial. . It deserves all the applause. Bollywood has been fighting piracy since forever now.
The film is based on the surgical strike carried out by the Indian Army on seven terrorist launchpads across the Line of Control on September 29, 2016, in retaliation to a terror attack on an army camp at Uri earlier that month. . . . . .
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