"Uri" Star Kirti Kulhari On Surgical Strikes 2.0: Proud Of IAF, Ready For "Uri 2"

Bindhiya Nhi |Feb 27, 2019

Kirti Kulhari once played as an IAF officer in movie URI directed by Aditya Dhar, and the actress has shared her thoughts on the recent IAF airstrike.

India has made a significant move in history. The news broke out this morning, stating that the Indian Air Force (IAF) launched a surgical strike 2.0 on terror camps in Pakistan occupied Kashmir. It was the country's retaliation to the Pulwama which took place earlier this month. On social media, Indian people show their appreciation for what IAF has done.

Actress Kirti Kulhari also shared her thoughts on the matter as she played as an IAF officer in the movie URI: The Surgical Strikes directed by Aditya Dhar. According to Kirti, she was slightly worried at first because everyone already knew much about the first surgical strike. She wondered what the country would do next as it started to be difficult to hide any plans from that day. However, Kirti felt relieved with IAF surgical strike 2.0.

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Kirti Kulhari

For Kirti Kulhari, the fact that IAF went ahead with that surgical air strike was a big surprise. Despite that, the actress still felt proud of their efforts. She also pointed out that there would be several consequences, but she believed that the government already arranged things well. She explained that Punjab was in danger so everyone should be prepared even for the worst.

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The URI star also hoped that Indian people would believe in what the government was doing.

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As Kirti Kulhari already knew about the IAF job while filming URI, she feels related to the current situation in India. The actress is more than willing to be a part of URI 2 if it happens. She already acknowledges the airstrike personally, which will help her a lot if there would be another film about IAF.

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