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Tanisha Sethi

Abstract Drama


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Tanisha Sethi

Abstract Drama


URI

URI

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The Funeral scene is when Vihaan gets emotionally choked up.

URI is a war film, so obviously, all the action scenes were going to be awesome, but one scene that strikes the right chord with the audience is the scene where there are hardly a few dialogues and the only way they talk is through eyes. Emotions that pour in that scene are heart-wrenching.

Scene: After the URI attack, one of the soldiers killed is Karan, Major Vihaan Shergill's brother-in-law. So, at the last rites, the entire family is present, emotionally shattered, but due to his duty following the “Service before Self” motto of the army, Major Vihaan (played by Vicky Kaushal) has to be with his team paying respect to the martyrs, and to Karan, not as a relative or a buddy, but as a team-mate.

Being a military buff, I scrutinize every military movie with a hawk eye especially from the Indian film industry because our film industry is really bad at making military movies.


When Uri was announced I was ecstatic and kept following the news of the movie till its release. Finally, when it was released, I made it to the movie theatre the very first day.

I watched the entire movie without being interrupted and I loved every shot of the war scenes in the movies. But that, I loved the most was the commando operation in Myanmar. When the attack begins, the Indian commandos fire an RPG. The rocket flies over the head of a terrorist. The camera angle of that particular shot was simply super.

There were three angles from where the camera shot the sequence:


Diagonally from the right rear of the commando firing the RPG. I loved the sparkle of the rocket the moment before it shot out from the tube. Below the waist of the terrorist. We could see how the terrorist was startled and he looked up, where we as the audience would see the terrorist looking up in shock and we could see the rocket buzzing over this head leaving a trail of smoke and fire.


A similar shot from the top as well shows the rocket firing away to its target leaving behind a trail of smoke and fire. I simply loved this shot in particular. But every war scene in the movie is highly accurate (Based on what a couple of my Fauji friends said) and I simply loved all the action scenes.



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