VIRAL: Raksha Mantri Nirmala Sitharaman Watches 'Uri: The Surgical Strike' With War Veterans, Asks Them 'How's The Josh?'

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Raksha Mantri Nirmala Sitharaman on Sunday watched the Vicky Kaushal and Yami Gautam starring 'Uri: The Surgical Strike', along with a group of war veterans at Central Spirit Mall in Bengaluru's Bellandur. She took to Twitter to share a series of pictures and videos as she watched the war film with the veterans in the theatre.

Written By Monica Aggarwal | Mumbai | Updated On:

Raksha Mantri Nirmala Sitharaman on Sunday watched the Vicky Kaushal and Yami Gautam starring 'Uri: The Surgical Strike', along with a group of war veterans at Central Spirit Mall in Bengaluru's Bellandur. She took to Twitter to share a series of pictures and videos as she watched the war film with the veterans in the theatre.

In her next tweet, the Raksha Mantri hailed the film calling it a 'power-packed movie' and praised the 'brilliant performances' by Vicky Kaushal, Paresh Rawal, Yami Gautam and Mohit Raina in the film. Furthermore, posting a video of the energetic people applauding the movie, she wrote "Recharged also by the energy in the cinema hall! #HighJosh":

Later in her tweet, the Raksha Mantri posted a video wherein she can be seen asking the crowd in the cinema hall "How's the Josh?" which is the popular dialogue from Uri: The Surgical Strike. The crowd replies to the question with sheer enthusiasm "High Sir".

Watch the video here:

Replying to the Raksha Mantri's kind word of appreciation, Vicky Kaushal and Yami Gautam replied to her tweet thanking her for her review. 

READ: VIRAL: 'How's The Josh?' Asks Prime Minister Narendra Modi At The Inauguration Of National Museum Of Indian Cinema In Mumbai

Earlier, Prime Minister Narendra Modi drew reference from Vicky Kaushal's film 'Uri: The Surgical Strike as he quoted the iconic slogan, 'How's the Josh?' while addressing the gathering at the National Museum of Indian Cinema in Mumbai.

READ: Republic Day 2019: ‘Uri’ Stars Vicky Kaushal, Yami Gautam Visit Golden Temple, To Celebrate Occasion At Wagah Border; Stars Conveys Wishes With Important Messages, Pictures

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