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14 January 2019, 12:44 | Randall Craig
The Accidental Prime Minister and Uri The Surgical Strike movie review Bollywood welcomes 2019 with two releases
According to trade experts estimates, Uri has managed to gross around Rs 11.80 crore on Saturday, taking its total collection to almost Rs 20 crore at the box office. "He wrote, "#UriTheSurgicalStrike witnesses remarkable growth on Day 2 [Sat]. However, Anupam Kher starrer movie is not the only competition for Uri as Rohit Shetty's directorial action movie Simmba which was released on 28th December 2018, is also giving a good competition to Vicky's movie even in its third week. Good word of mouth will work in the film's favour.
Vicky Kaushal and Yami Gautam-starrer "Uri: The Surgical Strike" witnessed a flying start with the military drama opening with a box office collection of Rs. 8.20 crore. Day 3 [today] should be bigger.
"Uri: The Surgical Strike" also stars Paresh Rawal, Yami Gautam, Kriti Kulhari and Mohit Raina and is produced by Ronnie Screwvala.
Yami on Saturday shared a tweet regarding her latest release "Uri" and her performance in the film.
A picture of an egg just changed that
I'm gonna try and get back to as many of you as possible. "Take that little egg", she captioned the hilarious video. Only time will tell how many more world records will be bested by an egg.
Global PC Shipments Down 4.3% YOY 01/14/2019
The top three vendors were able to boost their market share and Lenovo claimed the number one spot followed by HP and Dell. Kitagawa put this down to two factors: economic uncertainty among small to medium businesses and weak holiday purchases.
Leishman holding ground in PGA Hawaii
Davis Love III shot 6-under 64 to join DeChambeau, as well as Charles Howell III (6 under) and Marc Leishman (2-under 68). Kuchar shot 22-under 258 for the week in Honolulu and overcame a rocky final-round start to lock up the four-shot win.