Actor Vicky Kaushal’s Uri: The Surgical Strike has become the 10th highest grossing Hindi film at the box office.

The actor shared news of the same, thanking his team for making the feat possible.


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#Uri emerges 10th highest grossing Hindi film ever! Thank You for all the love and congratulations Team! 😊

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Uri is also Vicky Kaushal’s first film as a solo lead to cross the Rs.100 crore club. It released on 11 January 2019, and ran for over 10 weeks in cinemas across the country with business nearing Rs 250 crore.

Uri earned Rs 70 crore in the first week and crossed Rs 150 crore by the third week.The film is in fact still being run in various cinemas across the country.

It is now among the highest Hindi grossers, marking Vicky Kaushal’s entry into a club that’s been dominated by the likes of Salman Khan( Tiger Zinda Hai, Bajrangi Bhaijan, Sultan) and Aamir Khan( Dangal, Dhoom 3).

Prabhas’ Baahubali 2 is on the top slot with over Rs. 500 crore box office business.

Film critic and trade analyst Taran Adarsh shared the film’s historic feat on Twitter.