1. "How's The Josh?" "High, Sir!"
Basking in the humongous success of Uri: The Surgical Strike, Bollywood actor Vicky Kaushal proved that he is here to stay. When the world couldn’t get enough of his character Kamli in Sanju, Vicky was busy slipping under the skin of Major Vihan Shergill for Aditya Dhar’s action thriller. The 30-year-old star’s film went blazing guns at the box office and turned out to be a massive hit. For those who haven’t watched Uri: The Surgical Strike yet, we suggest you leave and come back for more later.
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From here on the article is full of spoilers. You have been warned. As the movie makes it’s world digital premiere, we round up it’s five best scenes that made you sit up and take notice.
The very first moment wherein Major Vihan Shergill asks his jawaans, “How’s the Josh?” It was after they had killed a group of terrorists and were waiting for the helicopter. That gave us #feels.
2. "You are going to be my pilot, Seerat"
That moment when IAF Officer Seerat Kaur (Kirti Kulhari) gives a cover for the Indian Army is an epic moment of pride. It is night time, our soldiers are in trouble and Seerat goes straight for the kill, aiming at the Pakistani bunker one bullet at a time. That, right there, was Seerat’s moment of bravery and valour. Bet it gave you goosebumps! The background score of Jagga Jiteya only amplifies the effect.
3. "Shauryam… Daksham... Yuddheya…Balidaan Param Dharma”
When Maj. Vihaan’s brother-in-law is martyred and his little niece gives a loud war cry as she utters the motto of the Indian Army, “Shauryam… Daksham… Yuddheya…” and in response all the soldiers shout out,“Balidaan param dharma” thrice. Vihaan gets emotionally choked for the third time as tears flow down his eyes.
4. "Brian ko kyun bhagaya?"
When NSA Govind Bhardwa (Paresh Rawal) visits DRDO for obtaining drones, he comes across an intern Ishaan who has designed a Garud (meaning Eagle) drone as a timepass project. Govind asks Ishaan for a demonstration who seeks his boss’ help. Ishaan asks his boss Brian D’Souza to fly with the drone to give it momentum! Now here’s the twist, the drone can hover for landing and taking off. So Ishaan purposely makes his boss run in the field.
5. "Jang humne shuru nahi ki! But we will bloody hell finish it."
That speech Maj. Vihaan gives his boys before they take off for Uri sends chills down your spine! “Commandos, waqt aa gaya hai, khoon ka badla khoon se leneka. Unhe Kashmir chahiye aur hamein unka sar. Are you ready boys? How’s the Josh? How’s the Josh?”
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